standard US english that you might hear in a meeting at work.

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A.O.B. abbr. Any Other Business [usually the last item on an agenda]  
absent adj. not here; not at the meeting; not present  
agenda n. a written programme or schedule for a meeting  
atendance n. item on agenda announcing people who are absent; apologies for absence  
ballot n. a type of vote, usually in writing and usually secret- secret ballot n.  
deciding vote n. a deciding vote (usually by the chairman) when the votes are otherwise equal  
chairman n. the person who leads or presides at a meeting; chairperson; chair  
conference n. formal meeting for discussion, esp. a regular one held by an organisation  
conference call n. telephone call between three or more people in different locations  
consensus n. general agreement  
decision n. a conclusion or resolution to do something - to decide v.  
item n. a separate point for discussion [as listed on an agenda]  
followup n. item on agenda for discussion of what has happened as a result of last meeting; ('matters arising' UK)  
minutes n. a written record of everything said at a meeting  
proxy vote n. a vote cast by one person for or in place of another  
show of hands n. raised hands to express an opinion in a vote  
unanimous adj. in complete agreement; united in opinion  
videoconference n. conference of people in different locations linked by satellite, TV etc  
minutes the official written record of the meeting, as outlined by the recorder. This is legally required for some company structures.  
vote v. to express opinion in a group by voice or hand etc - also n. - to cast a vote v.  
straw poll a vote which is not official. Often conducted by show of hands  

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