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congress

noun /ˈkoŋɡres, (American) -ɡris/
a formal meeting, especially an assembly of delegates etc.
congrès
a law-making body or parliament, especially that of the United States
Congrès
He has been elected to Congress.
congressional /-ʃənl/ adjective
du Congrès
congressman noun
membre du Congrès, député
congresswoman noun
membre du Congrès, députée
Translations of “congress”
in Arabic مُؤتمَر…
in Korean 회의…
in Malaysian kongres…
in Turkish kongre…
in Italian congresso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 代表大會…
in Russian съезд…
in Polish kongres…
in Vietnamese cuộc họp, Quốc hội…
in Spanish congreso, Congreso…
in Portuguese congresso…
in Thai การประชุมอย่างเป็นทางการ, สภานิติบัญญัติของสหรัฐอเมริกา…
in German der Kongreß…
in Catalan congrés…
in Japanese 大会…
in Indonesian kongres, Kongres…
in Chinese (Simplified) 代表大会…
(Definition of congress from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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