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mete
American English: /mit/
British English: /miːt/
  • seemete out
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    • Certainly it was a shocking and upsetting moment when his punishment was meted out to him with so little justice, especially when he is told that he must become a Christian.
    • Severe punishments will be meted out on violators, particularly those who abuse the internet to download and spread ‘poisonous and harmful’ information.
    • No punishments have been meted out to anyone as yet but an investigation is going on.

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