Definition of meeting ground in English:

meeting ground

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[in singular]
An area of knowledge or interest held in common by two or more people or disciplines: we chose science fiction as a meeting ground where children and adults could contribute different expertise
More example sentences
  • The common meeting ground for all three champions will be the 200m freestyle, which has all the makings of the race of the Games.
  • Montgomery had a burning desire to develop a common meeting ground for amateur and professional mineralogists.

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