session

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Singular
session

Plural
sessions

  1. (countable) A session is the period of time of an activity.
    There will be a presentation by Michael Hirschorn, followed by a question-and-answer session.
    She remembers participating in the 1967 recording session for "All You Need Is Love".
    Contact us to schedule a training session or for more information.
    Signs of depression substantially declined after four months of weekly therapy sessions.
    We attended a conference session about marketing and we decided to start our own marketing program.
    During the second session, participants were reminded of the purpose of the study.
    One basic educational methods class was offered during a five-week summer session.
    The testing sessions lasted approximately 30 minutes each.
    On-road training with the devices was conducted in eight two-hour sessions.
    The U.N. Security Council was holding an emergency session that has just closed.
    The speaker arrived late for the opening session.
    He was among the fastest drivers in both practice sessions.
    The afternoon session was as surprising as the morning one.
    We can remove lines around the eyes with three to four laser treatments (around $400 per session).
    Gradually increase the intensity and duration of your exercise sessions.
  2. If something is in session, it's happening at that time.
    Some schools offer open houses, and most will invite you to observe their classes in session.

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