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Verb: meet (met)  meet
  1. Accidentally be in the same place and interact with (someone)
    "How nice to meet you again!";
    - run into, encounter, run across, come across, see
     
  2. Get together socially or for a specific purpose
    - get together
     
  3. Be adjacent or come together
    "The lines meet at this point";
    - converge
     
  4. Obtain something that is wanted or needed
    - satisfy, fill, fulfill [N. Amer], fulfil [Brit, Cdn]
     
  5. Satisfy a condition or restriction
    "Does this paper meet the requirements for the degree?";
    - fit, conform to
     
  6. Satisfy or fulfil
    "meet a need";
    - match, cope with
     
  7. (of people) collect in one place
    "Let's meet in the dining room";
    - gather, assemble, forgather, foregather
     
  8. Get to know; get acquainted with
    "I met this really handsome guy at a bar last night!"; "we met in Singapore"
     
  9. See by arrangement; 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 meets Yale this weekend";
    - encounter, play, take on
     
  11. Experience as a reaction
    "My proposal met with much opposition";
    - encounter, receive
     
  12. Undergo or suffer
    "meet a violent death";
    - suffer
     
  13. Be in direct physical contact with; make contact
    "The two buildings meet";
    - touch, adjoin, contact
Noun: meet  meet
  1. A meeting at which a number of athletic contests are held
    - sports meeting
Adjective: meet  meet
  1. Being precisely fitting and right
    "it is only meet that she should be seated first";
    - fitting

Sounds like: meet

Derived forms: meeting, meets, met

See also: just

Type of: agree, athletic competition, athletic contest, athletics, cater, check, contend, cope, correspond, deal, experience, fit, get by, gibe, go through, grapple, have, interact, jibe, make do, manage, marry, marry up, match, ply, provide, see, supply, tally, undergo

Encyclopedia: Meet