Conclave ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Conclave ( noun )

  1. A private or secret meeting.
  2. A meeting of the College of Cardinals to elect a new Pope.

Origin:

From the latin conclave, meaning a locked room, from com- (together) + clavis (key).

Examples:

  1. The company held a conclave to discuss their new business strategy.
  2. After the Pope's death, the cardinals met in conclave to elect a new leader for the Catholic Church.
  3. The group held a conclave to decide on their next steps.
  4. The political party held a conclave to discuss their candidate for the upcoming election.
  5. The conclave was held in secret, with only the members in attendance.

(As a verb)

Conclave ( verb )

  1. A private or secret meeting.
  2. A meeting of the College of Cardinals to elect a new Pope.

Origin:

From the latin conclave, meaning a locked room, from com- (together) + clavis (key).

Examples:

  1. The company held a conclave to discuss their new business strategy.
  2. After the Pope's death, the cardinals met in conclave to elect a new leader for the Catholic Church.
  3. The group held a conclave to decide on their next steps.
  4. The political party held a conclave to discuss their candidate for the upcoming election.
  5. The conclave was held in secret, with only the members in attendance.
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