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    #1

    hold a meeting / run a meeting

    we can (hold / run) meetings more efficiently by selecting the appropriate venue depending on the objective of the meeting.

    Would the meaning change if I use "run" instead of "hold"?

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    Re: hold a meeting / run a meeting

    No real change in meaning, but I prefer "run"'. In both cases, meetings take place.

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