How shall I tell the words "meeting" and "session" apart, whilst some dictionaries and articles introduce them as similar words (at least in a specific sense where "meeting" can be used) and some other sources present them as quite different words?
For me, session is a connection like a session which is held between a client and a server in a computer-based end-to-end, real-time chatting systems. So it strikes me as a sort of "connectin", not "gathering".
On the other hand, "meeting" and only "meeting" can imply the meaning of an event in which people discuss matters; so in spite of some dictionaries' explanations, "session" should not be able to be used here, while as per some other definitions it can!
Please let me know how native speakers think about them!