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meet1

meet1

 
 
pronunciation:
mit
parts of speech:
verb, noun
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part of speech: verb
inflections: meets, meeting, met
definition 1: to come face to face with; encounter.
Mel met Ann while he was waiting for the bus.
 
synonyms:
encounter
antonyms:
miss
similar words:
bump into, come across, confront, cross, face, greet, happen upon, hit, run across
definition 2: to join (someone) at a time and place that has been agreed on.
I'll meet you at the bus station at noon.
synonyms:
encounter, join
antonyms:
shun
similar words:
greet, receive, welcome
definition 3: to be introduced to.
My parents will meet my teachers tonight.
synonyms:
greet
similar words:
acquaint with, welcome
definition 4: to satisfy.
The trip met all of their hopes for a wonderful vacation.
synonyms:
fulfill
similar words:
abide by, comply with, gratify
definition 5: to gather together for a meeting.
The chess club will meet next Tuesday.
synonyms:
assemble, convene, gather
similar words:
cluster, collect, concentrate, congregate, muster, rally
definition 6: to come to one spot and see one another, by chance or plan.
We decided to meet at the restaurant at seven o'clock.Alan and his piano teacher met by accident at the grocery store yesterday.
similar words:
come across, confer, connect, consult, contact, convene, encounter, gather, join, unite
definition 7: to come together; join.
Look for a sign where the two roads meet.
synonyms:
intersect
antonyms:
separate
similar words:
adjoin, connect, cross, join
 
part of speech: noun
definition: a gathering of athletes for a contest.
Jefferson High School won the track meet.
 
synonyms:
competition
similar words:
assembly, contest, engagement, game, match, race, tournament
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Are you looking for the word meat (the flesh of animals)? Meet and meat sound alike but have different meanings.
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