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meet1 British & World English

Arrange or happen to come into the presence or company of (someone)

meet2 British & World English

Suitable or proper

meet English Thesaurus

I met an old friend on the train

come to a sticky end British & World English

Be led by one’s own actions to ruin or an unpleasant death

swap meet British & World English

A gathering at which enthusiasts or collectors trade or exchange items of common interest

extremes meet British & World English

Opposite extremes have much in common

make ends meet British & World English

Earn just enough money to live on

meet-and-greet British & World English

An organized event during which a celebrity, politician, or other well-known figure meets and talks to the public

meet one's match British & World English

Encounter one’s equal in strength or ability

nice to meet you British & World English

A polite formula used on being introduced to someone

meet with in meet1 British & World English

Have a meeting with (someone)

meet someone halfway British & World English

Make a compromise with someone

pleased to meet you British & World English

Said on being introduced to someone

meet something with in meet1 British & World English

Have (a particular reaction) to

never the twain shall meet British & World English

Used to suggest that two things are too different to exist alongside each other

meetup British & World English

An informal meeting or gathering

extremes meet in extreme British & World English

Opposite extremes have much in common

helpmate British & World English

A helpful companion or partner, especially one’s husband or wife

make ends meet in end British & World English

Earn just enough money to live on

meet one's match in match1 British & World English

Encounter one’s equal in strength or ability

meet someone halfway in meet1 British & World English

Make a compromise with someone

come to a sticky end in end British & World English

Be led by one’s own actions to ruin or an unpleasant death

nice to meet you in nice British & World English

A polite formula used on being introduced to someone

pleased to meet you in pleased British & World English

Said on being introduced to someone

never the twain shall meet in twain British & World English

Used to suggest that two things are too different to exist alongside each other

make both ends meet in end British & World English

Earn just enough money to live on

make ends meet in end English Thesaurus

even with no children to support, she couldn't make ends meet

meet someone halfway in halfway English Thesaurus

I was willing to meet him halfway