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  • EN [ miːt]
  • US [ miːt]

English definition


  • 1. a meeting at which a number of athletic contests are held


  • 1. come together;

    • "I'll probably see you at the meeting"
    • "How nice to see you again!"
  • 2. get together socially or for a specific purpose

  • 3. be adjacent or come together;

    • "The lines converge at this point"
  • 4. fill or meet a want or need

  • 5. satisfy a condition or restriction;

    • "Does this paper meet the requirements for the degree?"
  • 6. satisfy or fulfill;

    • "meet a need"
    • "this job doesn't match my dreams"
  • 7. get to know; get acquainted with;

    • "I met this really handsome guy at a bar last night!"
    • "we met in Singapore"
  • 8. collect in one place;

    • "We assembled in the church basement"
    • "Let's gather in the dining room"
  • 9. meet by design; be present at the arrival of;

    • "Can you meet me at the train station?"
  • 10. contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle;

    • "Princeton plays Yale this weekend"
    • "Charlie likes to play Mary"
  • 11. experience as a reaction;

    • "My proposal met with much opposition"
  • 12. undergo or suffer;

    • "meet a violent death"
    • "suffer a terrible fate"
  • 13. be in direct physical contact with; make contact;

    • "The two buildings touch"
    • "Their hands touched"
    • "The wire must not contact the metal cover"
    • "The surfaces contact at this point"


  • 1. being precisely fitting and right;

    • "it is only meet that she should be seated first"

Example sentences

  • 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.

Phrase collocation

  • meet the case

    (Brit.)be adequate

  • 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.

Synonym discrimination

  • meet, encounter, confront, face, contact

  • satisfy, meet, fulfil



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