closed meeting


closed meeting
s.
sesión a puerta cerrada.

Nuevo Diccionario Inglés-Español. 2014.

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  • closed meeting — meeting in which only those invited are allowed to observe …   English contemporary dictionary

  • closed — S3 [kləuzd US klouzd] adj 1.) not open = ↑shut ≠ ↑open ▪ Make sure all the windows are closed. ▪ She kept her eyes tightly closed. 2.) [not before noun] if a shop, public building etc is closed, it is not open and people cannot enter or use it =… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • closed — adj. 1. having an opening obstructed. [Narrower terms: {blind}] Also See: {obstructed}, {sealed}, {shut}, {unopen}, {closed}. Antonym: {open}. [WordNet 1.5] 2. (Math.) of a curve or surface: having no end points or boundary curves; of a set:… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • closed — /klohzd/, adj. 1. having or forming a boundary or barrier: He was blocked by a closed door. The house had a closed porch. 2. brought to a close; concluded: It was a closed incident with no repercussions. 3. not public; restricted; exclusive: a… …   Universalium

  • closed — [[t]kloʊzd[/t]] adj. 1) having or forming a boundary or barrier: a closed door[/ex] 2) brought to a close; concluded: a closed incident[/ex] 3) not public; restricted; exclusive: a closed meeting[/ex] 4) not open to new ideas or arguments 5) self …   From formal English to slang

  • closed-door — ˌclosed ˈdoor adjective [only before a noun] closed door meetings, talks etc take place privately and are not open to members of the public : • Top business leaders had a closed door meeting with the Prime Minister. • The Senate held a closed… …   Financial and business terms

  • closed — [ klouzd ] adjective ** ▸ 1 covering passage/hole ▸ 2 not doing business ▸ 3 not allowed to everyone ▸ 4 not considering ideas ▸ 5 with fixed number of something ▸ 6 forming complete circle ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) if a door, window, lid, etc. is closed …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • closed-door — closed′ door′ adj. held in strict privacy; not open to the press or public: a closed door meeting of executives[/ex] • Etymology: 1930–35 …   From formal English to slang

  • meeting — noun 1 when people come together to discuss/decide sth ADJECTIVE ▪ frequent, regular ▪ annual, biannual, biennial, daily, monthly, quarterly, weekly …   Collocations dictionary

  • meeting — n. 1) to call, convene a meeting 2) to arrange, hold, organize a meeting 3) to chair, conduct, preside over a meeting 4) to adjourn; break up a meeting 5) to call off, cancel a meeting 6) a chance; clandestine, secret; closed; mass; open;… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • closed-door — adjective not open to the public a closed door meeting • Similar to: ↑private * * * ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective : done or carried on in a closed session barring public and press a closed door session of the investigating committee * * * /klohzd dawr ,… …   Useful english dictionary


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