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brief·ing

 (brē′fĭng)
n.
1. The act or an instance of giving instructions or preparatory information to someone.
2. A meeting at which such information is presented.
3. The information conveyed at such a meeting.

briefing

(ˈbriːfɪŋ)
n
1. a meeting at which detailed information or instructions are given, as for military operations, etc
2. the facts presented during such a meeting

brief•ing

(ˈbri fɪŋ)

n.
1. a summary of details or instructions.
2. a meeting at which such information is given.
[1860–65]

briefing

The act of giving in advance specific instructions or information.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.briefing - detailed instructions, as for a military operationbriefing - detailed instructions, as for a military operation
making known, informing - a speech act that conveys information
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"

briefing

noun
1. conference, meeting, priming, question and answer session They're holding a press briefing tomorrow.
2. instructions, information, priming, directions, instruction, preparation, guidance, preamble, rundown The Chancellor gives a twenty-minute briefing to his backbenchers.
Translations
instruktáž
briefingorientering
infotund
ohjeiden jako
exposéinstructionsréunion préparatoire
informiranje
eligazítás
leiîbeiningar og upplÿsingar
ブリーフィング
브리핑
briefing
การสรุปแบบสั้นๆ
brifingbigi ve talimat
trình bày ngắn gọn

briefing

[ˈbriːfɪŋ] N (= meeting) → sesión f informativa; (written) → informe m

briefing

[ˈbriːfɪŋ] n
(for task, job, mission)instructions fpl
[press] → séance f d'informationbriefing paper nnote f (d'information)

briefing

n (= instructions)Instruktionen pl, → Anweisungen pl; (also briefing session)Einsatzbesprechung f

briefing

[ˈbriːfɪŋ] nbriefing m inv, istruzioni fpl

brief

(briːf) adjective
not long; short. a brief visit; a brief account.
noun
a short statement of facts (especially in a lawsuit, of a client's case). a lawyer's brief.
verb
to give detailed instructions to (especially a barrister, group of soldiers etc). The astronauts were briefed before the space mission.
ˈbriefing noun
instructions and information. The pilots were given a briefing before they left.
ˈbriefly adverb
He told me briefly what he knew.
briefs noun plural
(used especially in shops) women's pants or men's underpants. a pair of briefs.
brevity (ˈbrevəti) noun
shortness (of speech, writing, time etc). He is well known for the brevity of his speeches.
ˈbriefcase noun
a light case for papers, made of leather etc. a businessman's briefcase.
in brief
in a few words. In brief, we have been successful.

briefing

إصْدار التَعْليمات instruktáž briefing Einsatzbesprechung ενημέρωση sesión informativa ohjeiden jako exposé informiranje briefing ブリーフィング 브리핑 briefing orientering instruktaż instruções инструктаж briefing การสรุปแบบสั้นๆ brifing trình bày ngắn gọn 发布会
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