Definition of 'conference call'
Example sentences containing 'conference call'
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The anonymous arena of a telephone conference call can encourage you to share your experiences openly. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002)There will also be conference calls and inevitably a potential employee to interview. Times, Sunday Times (2006)About 100 people joined the conference call yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One in ten home workers claims to have taken a conference call in the buff and 35 per cent admit spending the day in their pyjamas. The Sun (2014)On a phone conference call yesterday morning, eight of the nine present members voted for the 75 basis point cut. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Translations for 'conference call'
British English: conference call NOUN
A conference call is a phone call in which more than two people take part.
There are daily conference calls with the leaders.
- American English: conference call
- Brazilian Portuguese: conferência telefônica
- Chinese: 电话会议
- European Spanish: teleconferencia
- French: conférence téléphonique
- German: Konferenzschaltung
- Italian: conferenza telefonica
- Japanese: 電話会議
- Korean: 전화 회의
- European Portuguese: conferência telefónica
- Spanish: teleconferencia
Definition of conference call from the Collins English Dictionary
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