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noun 
  1. (historical) An assembly (usually for decision making in a locality).
  2. A mock legal debate, wherein law students act as opposing counsel in a fictional case as a method of learning or for competition.
  3. A gathering of Rovers (18 - 26 year-old Scouts). Usually a camp lasting 2 weeks.
  4. (context, paganism) A social gathering of pagans, normally held in a public house.
  5. A system of arbitration in many areas of Africa in which the primary goal is to settle a dispute and reintegrate adversaries into society rather than assess penalties.
= verb 
  1. To bring up as a subject for debate, to propose.
  2. To discuss or debate.
  3. To make or declare irrelevant.
Translations: 
  • German: zur Debatte stellen (1)
  • Dutch: ter discussie stellen (1), ter tafel brengen (1), ter sprake brengen (1), bespreken (2), bediscussií«ren (2)
adjective 
  1. Subject to discussion (originally at a moot); arguable, debatable, not settled.
  2. Having no practical importance; academic.
Translations: 
  • German: hypothetisch (1,2), irrelevant (2) =

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