Definition Of congress

noun

a formal meeting or series of meetings for discussion between delegates, especially those from a political party or labor union or from within a particular discipline.

an international congress of mathematicians

a national legislative body, especially that of the US. The US Congress, which meets at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., was established by the Constitution of 1787 and is composed of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

a society or organization, especially a political one.

the National Congress of American Indians

the action of coming together.

sexual congress

the national legislative body of a country.

A similar process occurs in most legislative bodies: Every parliament and congress in a functioning democracy has caucuses and coalitions.


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  • A similar process occurs in most legislative bodies: Every parliament and congress in a functioning democracy has caucuses and coalitions.

  • Africa and Europe between them hold 103 votes in the 204-nation congress .

  • Although it rarely occurs, senators and members of congress can give speeches in the Peruvian Congress in Quechua.

  • an international congress of mathematicians

  • Apart from some holiday speeches at their recent congress , the Socialist Party has been unwilling to even raise a finger against his measures.


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