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    #1

    run/hold/conduct a meeting

    Hello!
    Would, please, explain whether there is difference in using these phrases or they are completely interchangeable?

    to run/hold/conduct a meeting

    thanks you in advance.

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    Re: run/hold/conduct a meeting

    "Run" implies "manage"; "hold" implies "have", and "conduct" is somewhere in between.

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