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closed-door

Syllabification: closed-door

Definition of closed-door in English:

adjective

Restricted; obstructive; secret: the senior staff went into closed-door sessions
More example sentences
  • The photos are thought to be the same ones which left members of Congress ashen-faced when showed in a closed-door session last summer.
  • The two-hour, closed-door session did not appear to produce much.
  • It all started after Democratic leaders triggered a closed-door session.

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