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working group

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworking groupˈworking group noun [countable]  GROUP OF PEOPLEa group that is formed to examine a particular situation or problem and suggest ways of dealing with it syn working partyset up/establish a working group (to do something) The commission has set up a special working group to look at the problem.working group on a working group on constitutional reform
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working groupBOFs are often held to determine whether there is enough interest to form a working group.The emergence of the team as an alternative to the classic working group of individuals offers a powerful choice.Good working group leaders listen carefully, of course.The team-based organization introduces team performance as an alternative to the individual within a traditional working group.The report of the tribunal working group will not be released until next week, according to tribunal sources.set up/establish a working group (to do something)Already the opposition has united to set up a working group on immigration, with a view to formulating a new bill.To set up a working group to look at ways of achieving a reduction of differentials for next year.
From Longman Business Dictionaryworking groupˈworking ˌgroup noun [countable] a committee that is formed to examine a particular situation or problem and suggest ways of dealing with it SYN working party BrEA working group will evaluate costs and set deadlines.
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