conference

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} konferans

O, konferans sonuçları hakkında ne düşünüyor? - What does she think about the conference results?

Neden Japonya'ya gideceksin? Tokyo'da bir konferansa katılmak için. - Why are you going to Japan? To attend a conference in Tokyo.

tartışma
görüş alışverişi
müzakere
(fikir alışverişi için düzenlenen) toplantı
görüşme
{i} lig
{i} birlik
in conference toplantıda
{i} toplantı

Önümüzdeki hafta bir toplantıya gideceğim. - I'm going to a conference next week.

Bilimsel toplantılara katılırım. - I attend scientific conferences.

meşgul
verme
görüş ve fikir teatisi için toplantı
{i} kongre
(Askeri) MÜZAKERE: İlgililerce önceden bildirilen bir konu üzerinde karşılıklı konuşma
yapmak

Yarın öğleden sonra ilk olarak personel toplantısı yapmak istiyorum, bu yüzden konferans salonunu ayırır mısın? - I'd like to hold a staff meeting first thing tomorrow afternoon, so could you reserve the conference room?

konferans yapmak
konferans kurmak
conference call
toplu görüşme
conference call
konferans bağlantısı
conference room
konferans salonu
conference table
konferans masası
conference for sculptors
heykeltraşlar için konferans
conference usa
Konferans usa
conference address list
(Bilgisayar) toplantı adres listesi
conference bridge
konferans koprusu
conference call
(Askeri) KONFERANS ÇAĞRISI: Karşılıklı konuşma yapılabilmesi veya birden çok kimseye aynı anda emir verilebilmesi için ikiden çok telefonun aynı zamanda birbirine bağlanması
conference calling
konferans görüşme
conference interpreting
konferans çevirmenliği
conference led
(Bilgisayar) konferans ışığı
conference manager
Toplantı Yöneticisi
conference method
(Askeri) müzakere metodu
conference method
(Askeri) tartışma metodu
conference method
(Askeri) MÜZAKERE METODU, TARTIŞMA METODU: Bir konunun öğretmen tarafından bir ders şeklinde takriri yerine, doğrudan doğruya tartışılmasından faydalanan öğretim usulü
conference of commandants
(Askeri) komutanlar konferansı
conference time
(Bilgisayar) konferans süresi
conduct an conference
konferans yapmak
Conservative Political Action Conference
Muhafazakar Siyasal Eylem Konferansı
command conference
(Askeri) GARNİZON KONFERANSI: Ordu personeline, bir vatandaş ve silahlı kuvvetlerin bir mensubu olarak, kendi sorumluluklarını anlatmak ve kıymetlendirmek maksadıyla, sınıflarının görevleriyle ilgili önemli konular hakkında bilgi vermek için, belirli teşekküller dahilinde veya garnizonlarda, vazife saatleri içinde konferans şeklinde gösterilen eğitim ve öğretim
connecting to the conference
(Bilgisayar) toplantıya bağlanıyor
confer
vermek
confer
sunmak
confer
{f} 1. (with) (ile) görüşmek, müzakere etmek; müzakere yapmak: I conferred with him on the matter. Meseleyi onunla görüştüm. 2
confer
danışmak
press conference
basın toplantısı
confer
konuşma yapmak
confer
görülmek
confer
müzakere yapmak
confer
bahşetmek
conferences
(Bilgisayar,Eğitim) konferanslar

O tıbbi konferanslara katılır. - He attends medical conferences.

Bu günlerde konferanslardan bıktım. - I'm sick of conferences these days.

join conference
(Bilgisayar) konferansa katıl
review conference
(Askeri) gözden geçirme konferansı
confer
(with ile) danışmak
confer
konuşma yap

Belediye Başkanı Tom Jackson bir otelin konferans salonunda konuşma yaptı. - Mayor Tom Jackson made a speech at a hotel conference room.

Tom bir konferansta konuşma yaptı. - Tom gave a speech at a conference.

confer
(on/upon ile) (ünvan/vb.) vermek
news conference
basın toplantısı
news conference
konferans
peace conference
barış konferansı
summit conference
zirve toplantısı
Political Action Conference
Siyasal Eylem Konferansı
The European Conference of Ministers of Transport
Ulaştırma Bakanları Avrupa Konferansı
intergovermental conference
(Avrupa Birliği) Hükümetlerarası konferans
labor party conference
emek parti konferans
video conference
video konferans
Senior North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Logisticians Conference
(Askeri) NATO Üst Düzey Lojistik Sorumlular Komitesi
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
(Askeri) BM Ticaret ve Kalkınma Konferansı
World Radiocommunication Conference
(Askeri) Düya Telsiz Muhaberesi Konferansı
air target chart; Air Threat Conference; air traffic control; air transportable
(Askeri) hava hedef haritası; Hava Tehditleri Konferansı ; hava trafik kontrolü (ya da kontrolörü); havadan taşınabilir klinik (Birleşik Devletler Hava Kuvvetleri)
cluster bomb unit; conference bridge unit; construction battalion unit
(Askeri) misket bomba birliği; bağlantıo köprü birliği; inşaat tabur birliği
confer
{f} görüşmek
confer
(Avrupa Birliği) vermek, tevcih etmek
confer
(with) (ile) görüşmek, müzakere etmek; müzakere yapmak: I conferred with him on the matter. Meseleyi onunla görüştüm. 2
confer
I conferred with him on the matter
confer
Meseleyi onunla görüştüm
confer
görüş/ver
desktop conference
masaustu konferans
desktop conference
masaüstü konferans
european conference
(Politika, Siyaset) avrupa konferansı
field press censorship; final planning conference
(Askeri) sahrada basına sansür; son planlama konferansı
hold the conference
konferans düzenlemek
in conference
toplantıda, meşgul
initial planning conference; interagency planning cell
(Askeri) ilk planlama konferansı; birimler arası planlama hücresi
news conference
(isim) basın toplantısı
presentation conference
(Bilgisayar) sunu toplantısı
presentation conference wizard
(Bilgisayar) sunu toplantı sihirbazı
press conference
(Politika, Siyaset) basın konferansı
round table conference
yuvarlak masa konferansı
round table conference
yuvarlak masa toplantısı
standing conference
daimi konferans
teletypewriter conference
(Askeri) TELEPRİMÖR KONFERANS MUHABERESİ: Aynı anda bir kaç teleprimör ile yapılan haberleşme
İngilizce - İngilizce
A group of sports teams that play each other on a regular basis
An event organized by a for-profit or non-profit organization to discuss a pressing issue -- like a new product, market trend or government regulation -- with a range of speakers
A formalized event where scientists present their research results in speeches, workshops, posters or by other means
A multilateral diplomatic negotiation
{n} a discourse, parley, meeting for religious converse
A gathering (usually shorter than a seminar, but not always) specifically held to share and disseminate information, rather than to each or train
an association of ocean common carriers permitted, pursuant to an approved or effective agreement, to engage in concerted activity and to utilize a common tariff; but the term does not include a joint service, consortium, pooling, sailing, or transshipment arrangement (OSRA)
The consultation process required for Federal actions that are likely to jeopardize the continued existence of a species proposed for listing or result in the destruction of adverse modification of proposed critical habitat
An area of public messages on a Bulletin Board System, usually with a particular topic and, often, a conference host or moderator to guide the discussion Also called Folder, SIG (for "Special Interest Group") or Echo
In export contexts, a "conference" is an agreement between ship owners, which rationalises sailing schedules and stabilises freight rates
A group of vessel operators joined for the purpose of establishing freight rates
Youth conferences were and are weekend or week-long gatherings of youth, organized and run by youth, and, in YRUU, supervised by adults Good ones incorporate fun, spirituality, learning, and lots of leadership opportunities for many of the youth who plan them
{i} discussion; meeting; convention
The act of consulting together formally; serious conversation or discussion; interchange of views
a prearranged meeting for consultation or exchange of information or discussion (especially one with a formal agenda)
A live discussion online in which the topic has been predetermined, often featuring a celebrity guest Also called a "CO" or "live CO "
A meeting for consultation, discussion, or an interchange of opinions
a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic
A meeting of the two branches of a legislature, by their committees, to adjust between them
A stated meeting of preachers and others, invested with authority to take cognizance of ecclesiastical matters
Conference allows up to three callers to participate in a call simultaneously Larger Conferences may be arranged by contacting the NTS Service Center at extension 54400
An association of ship owners operating in the same trade route, whose purpose is to set freight rates and service standards which should be uniformly observed by all members
A conference is a meeting at which formal discussions take place. They sat down at the dinner table, as they always did, before the meal, for a conference Her employer was in conference with two lawyers and did not want to be interrupted. see also press conference. Algeciras Conference Berlin West Africa Conference Casablanca Conference Charlottetown Conference Genoa Conference of Hampton Roads Conference London Naval Conference Paris Peace Conference party conference Potsdam Conference Southern Christian Leadership Conference Tehran Conference United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Wannsee Conference Wormley Conference Yalta Conference Bretton Woods Conference United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. Washington Conference International Conference on Naval Limitation
The act of comparing two or more things together; comparison
A voluntary association of Congregational churches of a district; the district in which such churches are
A meeting There were many meetings necessary for all the colonies to agree to form Canada The government of each colony wanted to get the best deal for its citizens
A group of related messages on a BBS Often, many BBS's are linked together for a conference so that users on all the BBS's can see and reply to the messages
A managed location on the BBS which includes information specific to discrete topics Container Command A HTML command type which requires a beginning tag and ending tag to define the contents
a meeting of representatives of both houses of Parliament to discuss an issue on which the houses do not agree
a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic a prearranged meeting for consultation or exchange of information or discussion (especially one with a formal agenda)
A virtual discussion area organized around a general subject or theme
The confusion of one man multiplied by the number present
A conference is conducted by a Tribunal Member or Conference Registrar with both parties present The purpose of the conference is to identify issues in dispute, to negotiate a settlement of the case or, if settlement is not possible, to prepare a matter for a hearing Conferences are held in private and nothing said or done at them can be used at a subsequent hearing, unless both parties otherwise agree
Defined in the 1984 Shipping Act as: an association of ocean common carriers permitted, pursuant to an approved or effective agreement, to engage in concerted activity and to utilize a common tariff; but the term does not include a joint service, consortium, pooling, sailing, or trans-shipment arrangement
a meeting between the teacher and the assessor or evaluator to discuss mutual concerns and to promote the understanding of the assessments being used, the evaluation procedures, the criteria and standards being applied, and how the results will be used The conference can also be an opportunity to collect teacher responses if the conference includes an interview See Debriefing Interview, Interview, Responses
an association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members
A formal meeting between the representatives of the House and the Senate to reconcile differences between the two houses on provisions of a bill passed by both chambers A majority of the conferees (or managers) for each house must reach agreement on the provisions of the bill (often a compromise between the versions of the two chambers) before either chamber can consider it
An association of ship owners operating in the same trade route who operate under collective conditions and agree on tariff rates
An electronic meeting place dedicated to a particular subject where users come to participate in discussions or group projects Conferences can be used to post a variety of information such as news services, newsletters, and statistics; also called "newsgroups," "bulletin boards," or "echoes " An electronic conference provides a many-to-many communication medium, as opposed to the person-to-person nature of e-mail All conferences have a particular subject or purpose, and the topics and responses they contain might provide items of news, ideas, questions, or other information in almost any form Some special-purpose conferences may have restricted access, allowing some users to write messages, some only to read, and some neither The person responsible for the technical maintenance and/or community communication is called the "conference facilitator "
A conference is a meeting, often lasting a few days, which is organized on a particular subject or to bring together people who have a common interest. The President summoned all the state governors to a conference on education. the Conservative Party conference Last weekend the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland held a conference, attended by 450 delegates
means a physical meeting of a group of people to listen to one or more speakers and to have discussions Note: if you are looking for electronic conferences, go to the resource type interactive resource
1) Independent/autonomous organization within the American Trucking Associations that represents a certain class/type of motor carrier 2) Association of ship owners that service the same trade route(s) and operate under collective conditions of carriage and tariff rates
This feature allows a user to establish a three-way conference call by depressing a button
conference call
A call between more than two people; teleconference
conference calls
plural form of conference call
Conference Committee
committee comprised of Senators and Representatives who work to resolve conflicts between Senate and House versions of a bill (U.S. Politics)
Conference USA
collegiate athletics league in the United States, CUSA
Conference of Genoa
(1922) Post-World War I meeting at Genoa, Italy, to discuss the economic reconstruction of Central and Eastern Europe and to improve relations between Soviet Russia and Western Europe. Representatives of 30 European countries sought ways to enlist foreign capital for the "restoration of Russia." Negotiations broke down when France and Belgium, Russia's main creditors, insisted on repayment of prewar loans and restitution of confiscated foreign-owned property in Russia. Announcement of the German-Soviet Treaty of Rapallo further strained relations
Conference of Presidents
organization representing each of the major Jewish organizations in the United States
Conference on Data Systems Languages
(Computers) now-defunct organization established by the U.S. Department of Defense for the purpose of developing computer programming languages (known for the development of COBOL), CODASYL
conference call
A conference call is a phone call in which more than two people take part. There are daily conference calls with Washington. A conference by telephone in which three or more persons in different locations participate by means of a central switching unit. a telephone call in which several people in different places can all talk to each other
conference call
a telephone call in which more than two people participate
conference call
multi-lined call which is used as a formal meeting or discussion
conference center
a center where conferences can be conducted
conference room
a room in which a conference can be held
conference room
room in an office or building where meetings take place
conference room
A room primarily used for meetings, allowing larger meetings like conferences to be held Such rooms usually house video/tele conference and projection equipment
conference room
A place where everybody talks, nobody listens and everybody disagrees later on
conference room
A place where everybody talks , nobody listens on
conference room pilot
(Ticaret) (CRP) A key project implementation strategy that tests normal business case scenarios in a proposed new system to uncover people, process and system issues, generate resolutions, and define action steps needed to complete the implementation. The pilot is normally done after initial vendor or in-house education using a test database of representative data
conference table
the table that conferees sit around as they hold a meeting
confer
To contribute (to); to conduce
confer
To bring together; to collect, gather
confer
To talk together, to consult, discuss; to deliberate

Local buttons popped when Henry Kissinger visited Little Rock last month to confer with Fulbright on the Middle East oil talks.

confer
To compare

Confer thine estate with others . Be content and rest satisfied, for thou art well in respect to others .

junk conference
A form of academic conference which is run for other than academic purposes and which does not meet normal academic standards

He found a junk conference to attend so he could go somewhere warm last winter.

news conference
press conference
press conference
A question and answer session with members of television, print and other media
status conference
A meeting that a court may require to be held between parties to a case to determine whether those parties are prepared to go to trial
telephone conference
A conference held by telephone. An arranged phone call between more than two parties

The four of us should hold a telephone conference next week.

telephone conference
By extension: any multi-party telephone call
video conference
A conference held by video link. An arranged video phone call between more than two parties

The four of us should hold a video conference next week.

video conference
To take part in a video conference

She will videoconference in from the Atlanta office.

web conference
A meeting, presentation or other communication hosted via the World Wide Web

The ABC Company will be hosting a web conference on Remaining Profitable in a Recession Period.

confer
to bestow
confer
{v} to discourse, bestow, compare
intergovermental conference
(Avrupa Birliği) An Intergovernmental Conference (IGC) is the formal procedure for negotiating amendments to the founding treaties of the European Union. Under the treaties, an IGC is called into being by the European Council, and is composed of representatives of the member states, with the Commission, and to a lesser degree the Parliament also participating
A conference
collation
Algeciras Conference
(Jan. 16-April 7, 1906) Conference held at Algeciras, Spain, that resolved the first of the Moroccan crises. In 1905 William II objected to France's efforts to exert influence in Morocco, prompting a conference of the European powers and the U.S. Superficially, the Act of Algeciras (1906) seemed to limit French penetration, but the conference's real significance was the diplomatic support that Britain and the U.S. gave France, foreshadowing their roles in World War I
American Conference
a group of football teams in the US that play against one another. There is another group of teams called the National Conference, and the best team from that group plays the best team from the American Conference in the Super Bowl, which is the most important game of the year
American Football Conference
one of the two conferences in the National Football League (subdivided into the AFC-East, AFC-Central, and the AFC-West), AFC
Berlin West Africa Conference
(1884-85) Series of negotiations at Berlin in which the major European nations met to determine the future of Central Africa. The participants declared the Congo River basin region to be neutral, guaranteed freedom of trade and shipping for all colonial powers, forbade slave trading, and rejected Portugal's claims to the region
Bretton Woods Conference
officially United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference (July 1-22, 1944) Meeting held at Bretton Woods, N.H., to make financial arrangements for the postwar era after the expected defeat of Germany and Japan. Representatives of 44 countries, including the Soviet Union, agreed to create the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) and the International Monetary Fund. See also John Maynard Keynes
Casablanca Conference
conference held between Winston Churchill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1943; conference on economic projects and development in the Middle East which took place in 1944
Casablanca Conference
(Jan. 12-23, 1943) Meeting during World War II at Casablanca, Morocco, between Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill. They planned future global military strategy for the Western allies, reaching agreement on such issues as the invasion of Sicily, operations in the Pacific theatre, and the concentrated bombing of Germany. Most importantly, they issued a demand for an "unconditional surrender" from Germany, Italy, and Japan
Charlottetown Conference
First in a series of meetings in 1864 that led to the formation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867. The conference, held at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, was originally called to discuss a union of the three Maritime Provinces. The gathering failed to reach agreement but reconvened in Halifax and later in Quebec, where a constitution for a federal union was drafted, resulting in the British North America Act
Developers' Conference
convention of people who work in research and development (in a particular field: computers, electronics, etc.), DEVCON
Eastern Conference
a group of professional basketball teams from the eastern part of the US, which play against one another. Together with the Western Conference, a similar group from the western US, these teams form the NBA (=National Basketball Association)
European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations
founded in 1959 by 19 countries (and expanded to 26 during its first ten years) as a coordinating body for European state telecommunications and postal organizations
Evian Conference
{i} conference held in France in 1938 to discuss the problem of finding safe homes for Jewish refugees during World War II
Hampton Roads Conference
(Feb. 3, 1865) Informal and unsuccessful peace talks at Hampton Roads, Va. , during the American Civil War. Pres. Abraham Lincoln agreed to meet with the Confederate vice president, Alexander H. Stephens, to reach a peace settlement. Lincoln's terms called for a reunion of the nation, emancipation of the slaves, and disbanding of Confederate troops. Since Stephens had been authorized to accept independence only, no settlement was reached
Katowice conference
Zionist movement from the 19th century
Labor Party conference
meeting of members of the Labor Party for elections or making fundamental decisions
Lambeth Conference
a formal meeting of all the bishops (=high-ranking priests) of the Church of England from all over the world, which takes place every 10 years
Likud conference
meeting of Likud party members for elections or making fundamental decisions
London Naval Conference
(Jan. 21-April 22, 1930) Conference held in London to discuss naval disarmament and review the treaties of the Washington Conference. Representatives of Britain, the U.S., France, Italy, and Japan agreed to regulate submarine warfare and to place limits on new construction of cruisers, destroyers, submarines, and other warships. A treaty limiting battleship size was not signed, and the treaties renewed in 1935 were canceled on the outbreak of World War II
London conference
first worldwide conference of the Zionist movement where the effects of World War I on Zionism was discussed
Madrid conference
first meeting in a set of peace talks between the Arab states and the state of Israel (1991)
National Conference
a group of American football teams in the US that play against one another. There is another group of teams called the American Conference, and the best team from that group plays the best team from the National Conference in the Super Bowl, the most important football game of the year
National Information Systems Security Conference
yearly professional conference dealing with issues related to computer data and information security (Computers), NISSC
Paris Peace Conference
(1919-20) Meeting that inaugurated the international settlement after World War I. It opened on Jan. 12, 1919, with representatives from more than 30 countries. The principal delegates were France's Georges Clemenceau, Britain's David Lloyd George, the U.S.'s Woodrow Wilson, and Italy's Vittorio Emanuele Orlando, who with their foreign ministers formed a Supreme Council. Commissions were appointed to study specific financial and territorial questions, including reparations. The major products of the conference were the League of Nations; the Treaty of Versailles, presented to Germany; the Treaty of Saint-Germain, presented to Austria; and the Treaty of Neuilly, presented to Bulgaria. The inauguration of the League of Nations on Jan. 16, 1920, brought the conference to a close. Treaties were subsequently concluded with Hungary (Treaty of Trianon, 1920) and Turkey (Treaties of Sèvres, 1920, and Lausanne, 1923)
Potsdam Conference
(July 17-Aug. 2, 1945) Allied conference held in the Berlin suburb of Potsdam after Germany's surrender in World War II. Harry Truman, Joseph Stalin, and Winston Churchill (later replaced by Clement R. Attlee) met to discuss European peace settlements, the administration of defeated Germany, the demarcation of the boundaries of Poland, the occupation of Austria, the definition of the Soviet Union's role in eastern Europe, the determination of reparations, and the further prosecution of the war against Japan. The four occupation zones of Germany conceived at the Yalta Conference were set up, each to be administered by the commander-in-chief of the Soviet, British, U.S., or French army of occupation. Poland's boundary became the Oder and Neisse rivers in the west, and the country received part of former East Prussia. Stalin refused to let the Western powers interfere with his control of eastern Europe
Potsdam Conference
{i} conference of Allied leaders held in July-August 1945 in order to clarify agreements from the Yalta Conference and determine postwar policies for Germany and Japan
Presidents Conference
assembly of the heads of various Jewish organizations in the United States
Rabat Conference
Arab summit/conference in Morocco (1974) that arrived at decisions regarding the Palestinian problem
San Remo conference
high committee of representatives from western Europe that gathered to discuss the problems in the peace accords (at the end of World War I)
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
U.S. nonsectarian agency founded by Martin Luther King, Jr. , and others in 1957 to assist local organizations working for equal rights for African Americans. Operating primarily in the South, it conducted leadership-training programs, citizen-education projects, and voter-registration drives. It played a major role in the historic March on Washington in 1963 and in the campaigns to urge passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. After King's assassination in 1968, Ralph Abernathy became president. In the early 1970s the SCLC was weakened by several schisms, including the departure of Jesse Jackson, who founded Operation PUSH in Chicago
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
American civil rights organization founded in 1957 by the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and other leaders of the black community
Teheran Conference
conference held between Roosevelt Stalin and Churchill in December of 1943 during World War II in order to coordinate battle strategies
Tehran Conference
(Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 1943) Meeting of Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin in Tehrn during World War II to discuss military strategy and political issues. Stalin agreed to launch a military offensive from the east to coincide with a planned invasion of German-occupied France from the west. Also discussed but not settled were eastern Europe's postwar borders, including Poland's postwar status, and a postwar international organization
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Organ of the United Nations General Assembly, created in 1964 to promote international trade. Its highest policy-making body, the Conference, meets every four years; when the Conference is not in session, the organization is run by its executive body, the Trade and Development Board. UNCTAD's principal functions include the promotion of trade between countries in different stages of development and with different economic systems, initiation of negotiations for trade agreements, and the formulation of international trade policies. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, UNCTAD's efforts were directed toward the problems created in developing countries by economic globalization, and special attention was given to measures to help the poorest and least-developed countries become integrated into the world economy
Wannsee Conference
(Jan. 20, 1942) Meeting of Nazi officials in the Berlin suburb of Wannsee to plan the "final solution" to the "Jewish question. " It was attended by 15 Nazi senior bureaucrats led by Reinhard Heydrich, head of the SS and Gestapo, and included Adolf Eichmann, chief of Jewish affairs for the Reich Central Security Office. It marked a turning point in Nazi policy toward the Jews. An earlier idea, to deport all of Europe's Jews to Madagascar, was abandoned as impractical in wartime. Instead, the newly planned final solution would entail rounding up all Jews throughout Europe, transporting them eastward, and organizing them into labour gangs. The final protocol of the Wannsee Conference never explicitly mentioned extermination, but, within a few months after the meeting, the first gas chambers were installed at Auschwitz and Treblinka. See also Holocaust
Washington Conference
officially International Conference on Naval Limitation Conference held in Washington, D.C. (1921-22), to limit the naval arms race and negotiate Pacific security agreements. Several major and minor treaty agreements were drafted and signed: the Four-Power Pact (signed by Britain, Japan, France, and the U.S.) stipulated mutual consultation regarding any issue in the Pacific and affirmed respect for the Pacific territories of signatory nations. The Five-Power Naval Limitation Treaty (which Italy also signed) imposed proportional limits on the number of warships each signatory nation could maintain and mandated some actual disarmament; it lapsed in 1936 when Japan was refused equality with the U.S. and Britain. Another agreement regulated the use of submarines and outlawed poison gas in warfare. A Nine-Power Pact (with The Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, and China) affirmed China's sovereignty
Western Conference
a group of professional basketball teams from the western part of the US, which play against one another. Together with the Eastern Conference, a similar group from the eastern US, these teams form the NBA
Wormley Conference
(Feb. 26, 1877) Meeting to resolve the disputed U.S. presidential election of 1876 between Samuel Tilden and Rutherford B. Hayes. Leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties met at Wormley's Hotel in Washington, D.C., to reach a compromise that would forestall the Democrats' protest of the Electoral Commission's decision to award the disputed electoral votes from three Southern states to Hayes, enabling him to defeat Tilden 185 to 184. In return for the Democrats' acquiescence in the decision, Republicans promised to withdraw troops from the South, end Reconstruction and Northern interference in Southern politics, and vote for railroad construction and other internal improvements in the South. The compromise satisfied the Southern Democrats, and Hayes was declared the winner on March 2, 1877
Wye River Conference
Israeli-Palestinian summit hosted by U.S. president Bill Clinton in October 1998 as part of the Middle East peace process
Yalta Conference
conference of the leaders of the Allied countries that was held in early 1945 in order to strategies and plans for the final months of World War II and postwar policies
Yalta Conference
(Feb. 4-11, 1945) Conference of Allied leaders at Yalta to plan Germany's defeat in World War II. Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin discussed the postwar occupation of Germany, postwar assistance to the German people, German disarmament, war-crimes trials, the fate of the defeated or liberated states of eastern Europe, voting in the future United Nations Security Council, and German reparations. Stalin agreed to enter the war against Japan after the German surrender. Roosevelt died two months later, and Stalin broke his promise to allow democratic elections in eastern Europe. See also Potsdam Conference; Tehrn Conference
confer
have a conference in order to talk something over; "We conferred about a plan of action"
confer
{f} talk together, consult with; give, bestow
confer
To bring together for comparison; to compare
confer
To contribute; to conduce
confer
To confer something such as power or an honour on someone means to give it to them. The constitution also confers large powers on Brazil's 25 constituent states Never imagine that rank confers genuine authority
confer
To have discourse; to consult, discuss; to compare views; to deliberate
confer
compare (used in texts to point the reader to another location in the text)
confer
To have discourse; to consult; to compare views; to deliberate
confer
To grant as a possession; to bestow
confer
present; "The university conferred a degree on its most famous former student, who never graduated"; "bestow an honor on someone
confer
When you confer with someone, you discuss something with them in order to make a decision. You can also say that two people confer. He conferred with Hill and the others in his office His doctors conferred by telephone and agreed that he must get away from his family for a time
confer
present; "The university conferred a degree on its most famous former student, who never graduated"; "bestow an honor on someone"
confer
To bring together, collect
confer
have a conference in order to talk something over; "We conferred about a plan of action" present; "The university conferred a degree on its most famous former student, who never graduated"; "bestow an honor on someone
conferences
Cairo conferences Imperial Conferences Pugwash Conferences
conferences
A meeting of a professional organization, usually lasting several days
conferences
groups into which teams are divided in professional and college football; the NFL is divided into National and American Conferences
conferences
any online conversation that takes place within the conferencing feature in The Junction
conferences
Conferences are electronic meeting places dedicated to a particular subject Users visit conferences to participate in discussions or group projects, without having to communicate in the same place or at the same time Conferences can be used to post many types of information, including news, newsletters, statistics, etc An "electronic conference" provides a many-to-many communication medium, as opposed to the person-to-person nature of electronic mail Also called newsgroups, echoes, bulletin boards and forums
conferences
Short meetings (generally one week or less) among technical specialists or others working in a common field to discuss a particular topic of shared professional interest May include component activities with explicit learning objectives as well as general sharing of work-related information
conferences
plural of conference
conferences
While the rest of you are working on the “Think Again” exercise, I will meet with two of you in one-on-one conferences During this time, I will review some of your writing, orally quiz you on lesson objectives, and field your questions
conferences
A Backtalk conferencing system may have any number of conferences on it A Conference is a forum for discussing some broad subject area Conferences correspond roughly to newsgroups or mailing lists, but are differently structured Each conference has a short name, like ``cooking'', ``internet'' or ``chess '' One or more people are assigned to fairwitness the conference Users may enter items into the conference, each of which would have some narrower subject Only the conference administrator can create new conferences
conferences
third-person singular of conference
conferences
Different areas of conversation in an e-mail system that are topic-specific rather than individualized
impromptu press conference
unplanned meeting at which reporters are given information
international peace conference
peace conference involving different countries
news conference
{i} press conference; meeting where information is given to reporters
news conference
a formal gathering where journalists will have, in one location, various spokespersons presenting new information and action plans Questions and answers, individual interviews follow the formal presentation
news conference
A news conference is a meeting held by a famous or important person in which they answer journalists' questions. = press conference. a meeting at which someone, especially someone famous or important, speaks to people who work for newspapers or news programmes = press conference
news conference
The live dissemination of news information by an organisation to invited media The format is usually a presentation of information by the organisation followed by a question and answer session
news conference
an event where people make themselves available in a formal manner to reporters who wish to question them
news conference
a conference at which press and tv reporters ask questions of a politician or other celebrity
peace conference
gathering of the representatives of hostile countries so as to formulate a peace treaty between them
press conference
A press conference is a meeting held by a famous or important person in which they answer journalists' questions. She gave her reaction to his release at a press conference. An interview held for news reporters by a political figure or famous person. Also called news conference. a meeting held by a person or group at which they answer questions from people who write or present news reports
press conference
A meeting called to announce a major new event p 508
press conference
a setting in which multiple interviewers interview one interviewee
press conference
A presentation of information to a group of reporters Press conferences are frequently held in Room 1190 of the Capitol, the Governor's press room, which is available to Members on a reservation basis (445-4571)
press conference
A meeting in which a business or organization invites media members to hear an announcement about a newsworthy event
press conference
A gathering of the media where breaking or extremely important news is announced
press conference
group interview granted to newsmen so as to notify the public through the media about a particular event
press conference
a conference at which press and tv reporters ask questions of a politician or other celebrity
press conference
means a meeting with the media, organised by an individual or organisation to give the media information or to express their opinion about something
press conference
a meeting to which media personnel are invited by a government body, organisation or company seeking to make a public announcement, usually to gain favourable publicity or to offset some negative reaction
press conference
A presentation of information to a group of reporters Press conferences are frequently held in Room 1190 of the Capitol, the Governor's press room, available to members on a reservation basis (445-4571)
round table conference
circular meeting table
summit conference
meeting of the summit, meeting of the representatives of the nations of the world
video-conference
A video-conference is a meeting that takes place using video conferencing
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