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    inquiry

    is it right if i say "in the meeting" or "on the meeting"

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    Re: inquiry

    Both - it depends on what you are saying:

    I took the minutes (=note of what was said) of the meeting.
    He was only in the meeting for a few minutes before he was called away.
    A report on the meeting between the Heads of State and their proposals will be available later.

    When you are making an enquiry, it is better to give a sentence in which you want to use the phrase.

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