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session

  

      n  
1    the meeting of a court, legislature, judicial body, etc., for the execution of its function or the transaction of business  
2    a single continuous meeting of such a body  
3    a series or period of such meetings  
4      (Education)  
a    the time during which classes are held  
b    a school or university term or year  
5      (Presbyterian Church)   the judicial and administrative body presiding over a local congregation and consisting of the minister and elders  
6    a meeting of a group of musicians to record in a studio  
7    a meeting of a group of people to pursue an activity  
8    any period devoted to an activity  
9       See       Court of Session  
     (C14: from Latin sessio a sitting, from sedere to sit)  
  sessional      adj  
  sessionally      adv  


bull session  
      n  
Informal     (chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   an informal discussion, often among men  
     (C20: from bull2)  
Court of Session  
      n   the supreme civil court in Scotland  
executive session  
      n     (U.S. government)   a session of the Senate for the discussion of executive business, such as the ratification of treaties: formerly held in secret  
jam session  
      n  
Slang   an unrehearsed or improvised jazz or rock performance  
     (C20: probably from jam1)  
kirk session  
      n   the lowest court of the Presbyterian Church  
session musician  
      n   a studio musician, esp. one who works freelance  
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session

  
  
assembly, conference, congress, discussion, get-together     (informal)   hearing, meeting, period, seminar, sitting, term  

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n.
a teamwork session in the visual domain (design, architecture, urban planning) organized on the purpose of finalizing a project within a previously defined timeframe.
The correct spelling in French (where the word originates from) is "charrette". "charette" is the Anglicized form.
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