Definition of 'press conference'
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But nobody calls a press conference to say they aren't building an extra factory. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But nobody calls a press conference to say they aren't building an extra factory. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Watch the police press conference online. The Sun (2009)We mock their answers in press conferences and ridicule their accents. Times, Sunday Times (2014)As darkness descended yesterday, there was another police press conference. The Sun (2012)Few give a better press conference or post-match interview. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The advice generally is to get it over with quickly, with a big press conference or interview. Times, Sunday Times (2010)PARENTS and boyfriend appeal for her return at a police press conference. The Sun (2011)I front most of the important press conferences. Times, Sunday Times (2006)On top of that, you get press conferences and interviews from the managers and players that matter the most. The Sun (2014)He ended up holding his own impromptu meeting with the media outside the arena's box office after the press conference was over. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Press conferences and interviews (only with top judges) remained but were rare. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Londoner lost his cool once again at the final press conference ahead of the clash in Germany. The Sun (2016)That can't be helped by giving critical interviews to Panorama and staging press conferences to announce police raids. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She was beauty, he was the beast, and she sat beside him at the press conference when he answered questions about his multiple positive tests. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All we want to know at his next press conference is an answer to this simple question: 'Do the club match fail to match your ambitions now? Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'press conference'
British English: press conference /prɛs ˈkɒnfrəns/ NOUN
A press conference is a meeting held by a famous or important person in which they answer journalists' questions.
She gave her reaction at a press conference.
- American English: press conference
- Arabic: مُؤتَـمَر صَحَفِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: entrevista coletiva imprensa
- Chinese: 记者招待会
- Croatian: konferencija za tisak
- Czech: tisková konference
- Danish: pressekonference
- Dutch: persconferentie
- European Spanish: rueda de prensa
- Finnish: lehdistötilaisuus
- French: conférence de presse
- German: Pressekonferenz
- Greek: συνέντευξη τύπου
- Italian: conferenza stampa
- Japanese: 記者会見
- Korean: 기자 회견
- Norwegian: pressekonferanse
- Polish: konferencja prasowa
- European Portuguese: entrevista coletiva imprensa
- Romanian: conferință de presă
- Russian: пресс-конференция
- Spanish: rueda de prensa
- Swedish: presskonferens
- Thai: การแถลงข่าว
- Turkish: basın toplantısı
- Ukrainian: прес-конференція
- Vietnamese: họp báo
Definition of press conference from the Collins English Dictionary
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