Definition of 'briefing'
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I went to a fifteen-minute briefing where she spoke to the press. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS (1989)Additional stores were loaded onto the katiba `s donkeys and mules, while the section commanders received their final briefing from Habib. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM (1989)
Guidelines for your briefing are attached, along with a copy of the national-security brief done in the 1984 presidential campaign. CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (1989)
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British English: briefing /ˈbriːfɪŋ/ NOUN
A briefing is a meeting at which information or instructions are given to people.
They're holding a press briefing tomorrow.
- American English: briefing
- Arabic: إصْدار التَعْليمات
- Brazilian Portuguese: instruções
- Chinese: 发布会
- Croatian: informiranje
- Czech: instruktáž
- Danish: briefing
- Dutch: briefing
- European Spanish: sesión informativa
- Finnish: ohjeiden jako
- French: exposé
- German: Einsatzbesprechung
- Greek: ενημέρωση
- Italian: briefing
- Japanese: ブリーフィング
- Korean: 브리핑
- Norwegian: orientering
- Polish: instruktaż
- European Portuguese: instruções
- Romanian: ședință informativă
- Russian: инструктаж
- Spanish: sesión informativa
- Swedish: briefing
- Thai: การสรุปแบบสั้นๆ
- Turkish: brifing
- Ukrainian: брифінг
- Vietnamese: trình bày ngắn gọn
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