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Main Entry: 1meet
Inflected Form(s): met /met/; meet·ing
Etymology: Old English mtan "to meet" 1: to come by chance into the presence of : ENCOUNTER <met an old friend> 2 a: to approach from the opposite direction <when you meet another car, keep to the right> b: to touch and join or cross <a fork where two roads meet> 3: to go where a person or thing is or will be <agreed to meet me at school> 4 a: to become acquainted <the couple met at a dance> b: to make the acquaintance of <met interesting people there> 5 a: to come together as opponents <the teams met in the finals> b: to struggle against : OPPOSE <was chosen to meet the champion> 6: 2MATCH 4a <tries to meet the competitor's price> 7: ENDURE 2 <meet defeat bravely> 8: to come together : ASSEMBLE <meet for discussion> 9: to become noticed by <sounds that meet the ears> 10 a: to fulfill the requirements of : SATISFY <met all our demands> b: to pay fully : DISCHARGE <meet a financial obligation> - meet halfway: to compromise with - meet with: to be subjected to : ENCOUNTER <the plan met with opposition>