Definition of press gallery in English:

press gallery

Syllabification: press gal·ler·y


  • A place reserved for journalists observing the proceedings in a legislature or court of law.
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    • At a reception in the press gallery dining room, Philippa, who wants to be a journalist, said she felt strongly about the lack of communication in modern life.
    • For the media in general, and the parliamentary press gallery in particular, leadership fights instantly become the main game.
    • Most tellingly, he's been granted official accreditation to the parliamentary press gallery in Canberra.

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