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teach-in

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Definition of teach-in in English:

noun

informal
An informal lecture and discussion or series of lectures on a subject of public interest: a teach-in on the Vietnam war
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  • Think of all the events, teach-ins, conferences, discussions, ‘debates,’ that have been held.
  • Throughout the week, the education workers plan to set up a tent at the Education Ministry and to conduct teach-ins to inform the public about their plight.
  • A noon-time rally was followed by debates, teach-ins and panel discussions that lasted the entire afternoon.

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