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conference call

noun as in group telephone meeting

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The conference call wasn’t exactly a beloved feature of corporate life before the pandemic.

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“The wave one illness experience is not providing immunity to wave two,” Gregory Glenn, president of research and development for Novavax said January 28 during a conference call with investors.

Commissioner Gary Bettman acknowledged the risks of the pandemic in a conference call with reporters before the season.

Austin FC, an expansion club, will select first in the three-round draft, which, because of the pandemic, will be conducted via conference call.

“Those are the kinds of things that this organization and many others find abhorrent and not tolerable in any shape or form,” Mets President Sandy Alderson told reporters during a video conference call Tuesday afternoon.

Other FBI officials joined the discussion via conference call, he said.

All I had to do was sit in my apartment and get on the conference call.

White House officials outlined the details of the request on a conference call with members of the media Tuesday morning.

At that point, the call first got meta as those remaining read tweets about the ongoing conference call.

During the conference call, Sherwood showed appropriate humility.

A personal phone call from a head of state was without precedent—especially a conference call.

Now you need to set up a conference call with every ride operator so we can talk this over.

I overheard a conference call between Prime Minister Chargill and some of the members of the council.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conference call, such as: teleconference, phone meeting, three-way calling, and video teleconference.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.