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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbriefingbrief‧ing /ˈbriːfɪŋ/ ●○○ AWL noun [countable, uncountable]  INFORMATIONinformation or instructions that you get before you have to do something
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briefingThus ministers would have alternative briefing to that provided by civil servants.The rest of the day is a blur of photo shoots, speeches, interviews and endless briefings with his managers.He sent for the men and began his briefing.Bland statements by officials are replaced by impromptu briefings by the prime minister himself.At the start of the Clinton administration, officials even gave private political briefings to entertainers like Barbra Streisand.Sir Bernard complains that in the case of the Biffen and Pym briefings, his comments' were dragged out of me.When you are issued with ammunition pouches immediately after this briefing, you will draw either red or yellow paint shells.
From Longman Business Dictionarybriefingbrief‧ing /ˈbriːfɪŋ/ noun [countable] a meeting at which information or instructions are givenThe revenue estimates will be announced at a news briefing today.More details will be given in a briefing for reporters later this week.
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