[pli-kah-nawf, -nof; Russian plyi-khah-nuh f] /plɪˈkɑ nɔf, -nɒf; Russian plyɪˈxɑ nəf/
Georgi (or Georgy) Valentinovich
[gyi-awr-gyee-vuh-lyin-tyee-nuh-vyich] /gyɪˈɔr gyi və lyɪnˈtyi nə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1857–1918, Russian philosopher and leader of the Mensheviks.
Georgi Valentinovich (ˈɡjɪorɡji valɪnˈtjinəvjɪʃ). 1857–1918, Russian revolutionary; founder of Russian Marxism and leader of the Russian Social Democratic Workers’ Party
[plee-nuh m, plen-uh m] /ˈpli nəm, ˈplɛn əm/ noun, plural plenums, plena [plee-nuh, plen-uh] /ˈpli nə, ˈplɛn ə/ (Show IPA) 1. the state or a space in which a gas, usually air, is contained at a pressure greater than atmospheric pressure. 2. a full assembly, as a joint legislative assembly. 3. a space, usually above […]
[plee-nuh-ree, plen-uh-] /ˈpli nə ri, ˈplɛn ə-/ adjective 1. full; complete; entire; absolute; unqualified: plenary powers. 2. attended by all qualified members; fully constituted: a plenary session of Congress. noun, plural plenaries. 3. a plenary session, meeting, or the like. /ˈpliːnərɪ; ˈplɛn-/ adjective 1. full, unqualified, or complete: plenary powers, plenary indulgence 2. (of assemblies, […]
noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a remission of the total temporal punishment that is still due to sin after absolution. Compare (def 6).
- Plenary session
noun a meeting for all members attending a conference, either at the beginning to discuss general issues or at the end to announce progress Examples The keynote address was part of the plenary session. Word Origin 1878