adjourn to

adjourn to (some place)

To suspend a meeting or gathering with the intent of continuing it in another location. There was a mishap in scheduling for the conference room, so we had to adjourn to the cramped office next door and finish our meeting there. We're not discussing any sensitive information, so let's just adjourn to the cafeteria. It shouldn't be crowded at this hour. When the ceiling started leaking all of a sudden, we adjourned to Carrie's office.
See also: adjourn, to
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adjourn to (some place)

to bring a meeting to a temporary close so the participants can move to another place (where the meeting will be started again). We adjourned to the sitting room.
See also: adjourn, to
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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References in classic literature ?
But let us adjourn to my study, and examine these new stories.
Based on the first order, the Inspector General of Police was supposed to arrest and produce Yakubu in court on August 8, however, the INEC Chairman was not in court on the said date, forcing the court to adjourn to August 14 with the court again affirming its earlier order of August 1.