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adjourn to

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.
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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.
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George said he felt thirsty (I never knew George when he didn't); and, as I had a presentiment that a little whisky, warm, with a slice of lemon, would do my complaint good, the debate was, by common assent, adjourned to the following night; and the assembly put on its hats and went out.
They stood awhile consulting under the buttresses of Saint Giles; thence they adjourned to the lodgings of one of the number in North Castle Street, where (for that matter) they might have had quite as good a supper, and far better drink, than in the dangerous paradise from which they had been routed.
The dance had begun, and we adjourned to the temple.
Afterwards the whole party adjourned to the theatre, altogether in an informal manner.
Seven men, who were charged with promoting the ideology of terrorist organisations including Daesh, had the hearing adjourned to February 7 to allow their lawyers to present their case.
Baghdad/ NINA /-- Parliament Speaker Osama Nujaifi adjourned to tomorrow today's session which was scheduled to approve the state budget for lack of a quorum as some deputies for the SL coalition left the meeting room to bring quorum to lack.
Two suspects who gathered illegally in Aali had their trial adjourned to November 16 for defence pleadings.
His appeal to the circuit court was adjourned to allow a full day's hearing.