meet

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  • When they first met, he was standing on his head in a field.
  • Begin would meet almost no one other than close friends or family.
  • He tells her to meet him at the rock on the edge of town.
  • And they too could be removed from office at any time that the assembly met.
  • During those years, however, they were generally having a hard time making ends meet.
  • The national teams also meet for friendly games from time to time.
  • This need is often met when a particular set of house rules becomes generally recognized.
  • Soon the two scientists became close friends and met frequently to play music together.
  • She and William did not meet again for another nine years.
  • At a smaller meet, the number of attempts might also be limited to four or three.
  • Despite this, he travelled over throughout the war to meet other national leaders.
  • When they finally meet, it is love at first sight.
  • The game has been met with mixed reviews from critics over the years.
  • They enjoyed each other's company and decided to meet on a regular basis.
  • She said that she was there to meet him.
  • However, the motion met with resistance and was never brought to a vote.
  • This is a common place to meet the characters.
  • It was while he was in Mexico that he met the young girl whom he eventually married.
  • She and her legal team have met with hundreds of the residents.
  • Without his support, the senate might have remained too frightened to even meet.
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Meaning of meet

  • noun A meeting at which a number of athletic contests are held
  • verb Come together
    I'll probably see you at the meeting, How nice to see you again!
  • verb Get together socially or for a specific purpose
  • verb Fill or meet a want or need
  • verb Satisfy a condition or restriction
    Does this paper meet the requirements for the degree?
  • verb Satisfy or fulfill
    meet a need, this job doesn't match my dreams
  • verb Collect in one place
    We assembled in the church basement, Let's gather in the dining room
  • verb Get to know; get acquainted with
    I met this really handsome guy at a bar last night!, we met in Singapore
  • verb Meet by design; be present at the arrival of
    Can you meet me at the train station?
  • verb Contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle
    Princeton plays Yale this weekend, Charlie likes to play Mary
  • verb Experience as a reaction
    My proposal met with much opposition