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My hand met his under the table. Jane, come and meet my brother. Grammar Meet is never passive in this meaning.

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You can also say: We met each other when we were at college. The committee meets once a month.

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Translations for "to meet"

Angry crowds gathered in front of the US embassy. She spends a lot of meef travelling to meet clients. The two leaders are scheduled to meet again next month.

Setting your Language Level helps other users provide you with answers that aren't too complex or too simple. In this sentence, meet is intransitive and does not have an object.

She got off the plane to be met by reporters. Advanced Can understand long, complex answers.

I met him when we were at college. My name's Cindy.

Intermediate Can ask all types of general questions and can understand longer answers. The company has not met its growth projections. The Language Level symbol shows a user's proficiency in the languages they're interested in. We arranged to meet outside the theatre.

Conjugate "to meet" - english conjugation

Beginner-Intermediate Can ask simple questions and can understand simple answers. In these sentences, meet is transitive. The two armies finally met on the battlefield at Stamford Bridge. Nice to meet you. This type of verb is used medt saying that two or more people do Woman wants sex tonight Scotia that involves both or all of them.

It does not need to have an object: We met when we were at college.

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The students began to assemble in the main hall. How do you say this in Japanese? I met my husband at university. I was worried I might meet Henry on the bus.