[tel-i-kon-fer-uh n-sing, -fruh n-]
- pertaining to or suitable for holding such meetings.
Origin of teleconferencing
[tel-i-kon-fer-uh ns, -fruh ns]
- a business meeting, educational session, etc., conducted among participants in different locations via telecommunications equipment.Compare videoconference.
- to participate in such a meeting or meetings.
Origin of teleconference
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Examples from the Web for teleconferencing
Historical Examples of teleconferencing
Sometimes transactions have to rely on visual arguments, well beyond what teleconferencing can offer.The Civilization of Illiteracy
- a conference in which the participants communicate from different places via a telephone or video network
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