teleconferencing

[tel-i-kon-fer-uhn-sing, -fruhn-]
noun
1.
adjective
2.
pertaining to or suitable for holding such meetings.

Origin:
1970–75; teleconference + -ing1

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teleconference

[tel-i-kon-fer-uhns, -fruhns]
noun
1.
a business meeting, educational session, etc., conducted among participants in different locations via telecommunications equipment. Compare videoconference.
verb (used without object), teleconferenced, teleconferencing.
2.
to participate in such a meeting or meetings.

Origin:
1950–55; tele-1 + conference

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teleconference (ˈtɛlɪˌkɒnfərəns)
 
n
a conference in which the participants communicate from different places via a telephone or video network

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teleconference
1953, from tele- + conference.
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Example sentences
While a decade ago the teleconferencing or video-conferencing software was
  comparatively primitive, today it is state of the art.
Such events should take place within the confines of university seminar rooms
  or teleconferencing sites.
Many are comfortable in face-to-face meetings versus teleconferencing or
  telephone conference calls.
Most prisons already have video teleconferencing booths that let inmates
  consult with their lawyers via satellite.
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