conference call


Definition of conference call

: a telephone call by which a caller can speak with several people at the same time

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The companies included in the complaints are Beard Vape, Direct eLiquid, Electric Lotus, Electric Tobacconist, Eonsmoke, Juice Man, Tinted Brew and VapeCo, Stein said during a media conference call with reporters on Tuesday. Jacqueline Howard, CNN, "North Carolina sues 8 e-cigarette companies, alleging marketing to children," 27 Aug. 2019 Brian Cornell, Target’s CEO told reporters during a conference call on Saturday. Anne D’innocenzio, Twin Cities, "Target teams up with Disney to open shops this fall," 25 Aug. 2019 In a recent conference call with reporters, Uber's CEO Khosrowshahi acknowledged company critics. Melissa Repko, Dallas News, "Where would Uber's huge Dallas office fit in its roadmap to profitability ?," 12 Aug. 2019 Hulett participated in a conference call Tuesday with the judge and lawyers for both sides in the census citizenship case. Mark Sherman, The Mercury News, "Trump says he is ‘absolutely moving forward’ with census question," 3 July 2019 That would be unnecessary if the administration is dropping its legal efforts, something Hazel asked Justice Department lawyers to put in writing during a telephone conference call Tuesday. Richard Wolf, USA TODAY, "President Trump sows confusion over census plans and addition of a citizenship question," 3 July 2019 Wellerstein joined Quartz members for a conference call on Aug. 20 to discuss his recent article on the state of US nuclear policy. Georgia Frances King, Quartz, "Watch: our video conference call on the nuclear arms race that never went away," 24 Aug. 2019 Putin’s spokesman told reporters on a conference call that morning. Simon Shuster / Berlin, Time, "What a Deadly Nuclear Explosion In Russia Tells Us About the World's New Arms Race," 14 Aug. 2019 The source said the the FBI briefed the Democratic Caucus on its investigation into Betts on a conference call. John Nolen, CBS News, "FBI has unlocked phone belonging to Dayton shooter," 8 Aug. 2019

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1941, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of conference call was in 1941

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English Language Learners Definition of conference call

: a telephone call in which someone talks to several people at the same time

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