Sinónimos de meet
to be in or come to the same place at the same time as, either by arrangement or by accidentHe's the kindest person I've ever met.
encounter, , , ,
Did you encounter anyone on your walk?
They found her walking alone on the beach.
confront, , , ,
She pushed her way through the mob and confronted him face to face.
come face to face with
to make the acquaintance of, or be introduced to, someone or each otherHey Terry, come and meet my Dad.
be introduced to,
get to know,
make the acquaintance of
(of people) to gather together for a purposeThe commission met four times between 1988 and 1991.
In the evenings, we gathered round the fire and talked.
A crowd collected outside.
There was nowhere for students to assemble before classes.
This is the only forum where East and West can get together.
He rallied his own supporters for a fight.
They mustered in the open, well wrapped and saying little.
Senior officials convened in Dakar for an emergency meeting.
People were already beginning to congregate outside the cinema.
to cope with effectivelyThe current arrangements are inadequate to meet our needs.
All the necessary conditions were fulfilled.
match (up to),
We must ensure we answer real needs.
perform, , , ,
Each part of the engine performs a different function.
The procedures should satisfy certain basic requirements.
the quiet competence with which he discharged his many duties
comply with, ,
Her work at the Treasury gratified her sense of self-importance.
fall short of
to pay for (something)The government will help meet some of the costs.
to experience or sufferNever had she met such spite and pettiness.
couples who have experienced the trauma of divorce
She looked relaxed and calm as she faced the press.
The peace process has suffered a serious blow now.
She bore her sufferings bravely.
Every day we encounter stresses of one kind or another.
He'd endured years of pain and sleepless nights because of arthritis.
New recruits have been undergoing training in recent weeks.
to come into contact with something or each othera crossing where four paths meet
As they flow south, the five rivers converge.
Allahabad, where the Ganges and the Yamuna rivers join
The two roads cross at this junction.
Their knees were touching.
There is no evidence to connect him to the robberies.
I wouldn't have connected the two events if you hadn't said that.
come together, , ,
The centre of the city is intersected by the main waterways.
He lived in a house abutting our hotel.
a sports meetingHe pole-vaulted 17ft at a meet in Miami.
See meet someone halfway
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in the sense of abut
to be next to or touchingHe lived in a house abutting our hotel.
in the sense of answer
to meet the requirements ofWe must ensure we answer real needs.
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