teach-in

noun
\ ˈtēch-ˌin \

Definition of teach-in

: an extended meeting usually held on a college campus for lectures, debates, and discussions to raise awareness of or express a position on a social or political issue

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1965, in the meaning defined above

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teach-in

noun

English Language Learners Definition of teach-in

US : a meeting usually held on a college campus for people to talk about and learn about something (such as a social or political issue)

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