1. a meeting at which a number of athletic contests are held
1. come together;
2. get together socially or for a specific purpose
3. be adjacent or come together;
4. fill or meet a want or need
5. satisfy a condition or restriction;
6. satisfy or fulfill;
7. get to know; get acquainted with;
8. collect in one place;
9. meet by design; be present at the arrival of;
10. contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle;
11. experience as a reaction;
12. undergo or suffer;
13. be in direct physical contact with; make contact;
1. being precisely fitting and right;
He has a strong desire to meet you.
When good folks meet, evil men keep their distance.
I deeply appreciate your kindness in coming so far to meet me.
The supply is inadequate to meet the demand.
We meet every so often and compare notes.
The high tax policy is certainly unpopular, although it's unlikely to meet the soaring armament expenditures.
The Yongding and Daqing rivers meet near Tianjin.
They were destined never to meet again.
The ends of my waistcoat won't meet.
He will notify us where we are to meet.
She jokingly replied, " I'm here to meet a rich husband, get married, have a couple of children, and then retire and travel.
I have arranged to meet her at ten o'clock.
I went to a swimming meet last night.
This is as difficult a problem as you are likely to meet.
We write regularly but seldom meet.
We may meet again if we are spared.
We arranged with him to meet at the hotel at one o'clock.
I cannot predict when to meet her again.
It's on the cards that we'll meet in Shanghai next month.
The illness made her apathetic and unwilling to meet people.
After the show, we were allowed to go backstage to meet the cast.
They meet at the club for companionship and advice.
Maybe we'll meet again some time.
I meet many businessmen, and I see they think in terms of the overall picture.
They arranged to meet in Riverside Park at the unearthly hour of seven in the morning.
The Upper House of the German parliament is to meet today in Berlin.
Bremer and Garland harmonize on the title song, "Meet Me in St. Louis".
Most of us would maintain that physical attractiveness does not play a major part in how we react to the people we meet.
meet the case
meet someone's eye (或 eyes, ear)
be visible (or audible)
the sight that met his eyes was truly amazing.
meet someone's eye (look;gaze), people's eyes meet
look directly at someone
She was afraid to meet my eye(s).
Their eyes met across the crowded room.
She met his gaze without flinching.
A terrible sight met their eyes.
meet someone halfway
make a compromise with someone
I am prepared to meet him halfway by paying him a further £25,000.
meet one's Maker
meet one's match
there's more to someone/sth than meets the eye
a person or situation is more complex or interesting than they appear
meet (someone) halfway
To make a compromise with.
meet, encounter, confront, face, contact
satisfy, meet, fulfil
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