conferee

[kon-fuh-ree]
noun
1.
a person on whom something is conferred, especially the recipient of an academic degree.
2.
a person, group, etc., that confers or takes part in a conference.
Also, conferree.


Origin:
1765–75, Americanism; confer + -ee

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conferee or conferree (ˌkɒnfɜːˈriː)
 
n
1.  a person who takes part in a conference
2.  a person on whom an honour or gift is conferred
 
conferree or conferree
 
n

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And this appeal must be to a conferee who is expected to act in an objective manner.
With this type of conference, the operator dials each conferee and connects them to the bridge.
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