English version

get/go into a huddle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget/go into a huddleget/go into a huddleGROUP OF PEOPLEto form a small group away from other people in order to discuss something huddle
Examples from the Corpus
get/go into a huddleAs with the highly misleading phrase Stavrogin's Confession, critics and commentators behave as if they had got into a huddle.They had gone into a huddle, obviously discussing their captives.As each question is asked each team goes into a huddle and then writes down its answer.The meeting was chaotic, but at the end Mr Williams went into a huddle with a group of hauliers.
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