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seminar

noun [C] uk   /ˈsem.ɪ.nɑːr/ us    /-nɑːr/
B2 an occasion when a teacher or expert and a group of people meet to study and discuss something: I attended practically every lecture and seminar when I was a student. I'm giving a seminar on the latest developments in genetic engineering next week. a seminar room
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in Spanish Seminario…
in Korean 세미나…
in Arabic حَلقة دِراسِيّة, نَدوة…
in Portuguese seminário…
in Catalan seminari…
in Japanese ゼミ, セミナー…
in Italian conferenza, seminario universitario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專題討論會, 研討會…
in Russian семинар…
in Turkish seminer…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专题讨论会, 研讨会…
in Polish seminarium…
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