converse about, talk over or about, chat about, deliberate (over), review, examine, consult on; debate, argue, thrash out:
We discussed the problem but came to no conclusion.
exhaustively, fully, in detail, thoroughly
The plan was discussed in great detail.
| at length, endlessly, extensively
These ideas will be discussed at greater length in the next chapter.
| briefly | further | openly
This problem has never been discussed openly before.
| informally | critically, intelligently
Pupils should be encouraged to discuss critically the information they are given.
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convene (sth) to, meet to
to convene a conference to discuss the country's political future The committee meets regularly to discuss these issues.
| want to, wish to, would like to | refuse to
He refused to discuss it with me.
| be able to | be prepared to, be willing to
I'm not prepared to discuss this on the phone.
I'd like to discuss this matter with you later.
an opportunity to discuss sth, widely discussed
The proposals have been widely discussed in the media.
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