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ple·na·ry

 (plē′nə-rē, plĕn′ə-)
adj.
1. Complete in all respects; unlimited or full: a diplomat with plenary powers.
2. Fully attended by all qualified members: a plenary session of the council.

[Late Latin plēnārius, from Latin plēnus, full; see pelə- in Indo-European roots.]

ple′na·ri·ly adv.

plenary

(ˈpliːnərɪ; ˈplɛn-)
adj
1. full, unqualified, or complete: plenary powers; plenary indulgence.
2. (Parliamentary Procedure) (of assemblies, councils, etc) attended by all the members
n, pl -ries
(Bible) a book of the gospels or epistles and homilies read at the Eucharist
[C15: from Late Latin plēnārius, from Latin plēnus full; related to Middle English plener; see plenum]
ˈplenarily adv

ple•na•ry

(ˈpli nə ri, ˈplɛn ə-)
adj, n., pl. -ries. adj.
1. full; complete; entire; absolute; unqualified: plenary powers.
2. attended by all qualified members; fully constituted: a plenary session of Congress.
n.
3. a plenary session, meeting, or the like.
[1510–20; < Late Latin plēnārius; see plenum, -ary]
ple′na•ri•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.plenary - full in all respects; "a plenary session of the legislature"; "a diplomat with plenary powers"
comprehensive - including all or everything; "comprehensive coverage"; "a comprehensive history of the revolution"; "a comprehensive survey"; "a comprehensive education"

plenary

adjective
1. (of assemblies, councils, etc.) full, open, general, whole, complete, entire a plenary session of the Central Committee
2. complete, full, sweeping, absolute, thorough, unlimited, unconditional, unqualified, unrestricted The president has plenary power in some areas of foreign policy.
Translations
пленарен
plenárnívalný
täys-
plenarny
plenar
пленарний

plenary

[ˈpliːnərɪ]
A. ADJplenario
in plenary sessionen sesión plenaria
B. N (also plenary paper) → ponencia f en sesión plenaria, ponencia f general

plenary

[ˈpliːnəri] adj
in plenary session → en séance plénière
plenary powers → pleins pouvoirs

plenary

adjPlenar-, Voll-; plenary sessionPlenarsitzung f, → Vollversammlung f; plenary powersunbeschränkte Vollmachten pl

plenary

[ˈpliːnərɪ] adjplenario/a
in plenary session → in seduta plenaria
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and invested with plenary delegated authority seated himself at the head of the table, and the landlord sat down with him, for he was no less fond of cow-heel and calves' feet than Sancho was.
As for the remission of your sins, we have the archbishop of Paris, who has the very greatest power at the court of Rome, and even the coadjutor, who possesses some plenary indulgences; we will recommend you to him.
Whatever one may think of plenary inspiration, one must heartily subscribe to these words of Paul: 'Be thou an example-- in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.
His chamberlain and cardinals came forth, as I remember, to ask whether we would take seven thousand crowns with his blessing and a plenary absolution, or the ten thousand with his solemn ban by bell, book and candle.
During this extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, the best gift we can give to our family members, relatives and friends is to get them on a pilgrimage to receive the plenary indulgence.
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The deputies of Parliament today invalidated the decree of the Parliament on moving plenary sessions from October 2 and 3 to earlier date - September 29 and 30.
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