By and large, the American publishers spend most of the week in Hall 8, the enormous exhibit space where English-language publishers hold court.
Google's take on the world and other Sun Valley tidbits
Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
Continuing a recent tradition, Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt held court with the press at the Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, ...
take someone to court
- The act or process of taking.
- That which is taken.
- A quantity collected at one time, especially the amount of profit or receipts taken on a business arrangement or venture.
- The number of fish, game birds, or other animals killed or captured at one time.
- Sports. The amount of money collected as admission to a sporting event; the gate.
- The uninterrupted running of a movie or television camera or a set of recording equipment in filming a movie or television program or cutting a record.
- A scene filmed or televised without interrupting the run of the camera.
- A recording made in a single session.
- A physical reaction, such as a rash, indicating a successful vaccination.
- A successful graft.
- Slang. An attempt or a try: He got the answer on the third take.
- Informal. An interpretation or assessment, as of an event: The mayor was asked for his take on the judge's decision.
Be surrounded by and command the attention of admirers, subordinates, or hangers-on. For example, After a match Judy generally held court in the locker room. This expression alludes to royalty convening courtiers as well as a judge convening a court of law.
hold court 後援会を持つ.