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confer with (someone)

To discuss something with someone. I need to confer with you on the candidates we've interviewed so far—are you free this afternoon? I need to confer with your mother on this issue before making a decision.
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confer with someone

(about someone or something) Go to confer on someone or something (with someone)
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The opportunity to confer with an unbiased person who is not wrapped up in the daily details of your business is invaluable.
Obviously, the judge was not convinced so we will meet and confer with the police union as soon as Monday and ultimately public safety will prevail.