Hmm… I understand why you’d want to say abscond from a meeting, but to my ears, abscond should be used to mean escaping as if to avoid capture. So I wouldn’t say abscond from a meeting, abscond from work, abscond from school, etc.
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What does “pitfall” mean?
Part of Speech: noun
Pronunciations: IPA: /’pɪt.fal/ Glossary-style: [PIT-fahl]
Definition: a danger, difficulty, or problem that can arise unexpectedly (Ex: the pitf […]
What does “abscond” mean?
Part of Speech: verb
Pronunciations: IPA: /æb.ˈskɒnd/ Glossary-style: [ab-SKOND]
Definition: depart quickly and secretly, as to avoid capture (Ex: to abscond in the middle […]
Should I give out my Social Security Number to the College Board?
Short answer: You are not required to, so it’s really a personal decision, but… no. In fact, you should try to avoid giving it out as much as […]