UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmiːtɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈmitɪŋ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(mēting)

From the verb meet: (⇒ conjugate)
meeting is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
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Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a [business, board, management, union, shareholder] meeting
  2. a [directors', teachers', students', parents'] meeting
  3. a [religious, church, worship, congregational] meeting
  4. an [urgent, emergency] meeting
  5. a [weekly, monthly, yearly] meeting
  6. our [last, next, previous, forthcoming] meeting
  7. [discussed, debated, negotiated, evaluated, presented] at the meeting
  8. discussed [in, at, during] the meeting
  9. take [notes, sides, the minutes] in a meeting
  10. [call, arrange, propose, set up, chair] a meeting
  11. (call) a meeting to discuss the [results, plan, strategy]
  12. can (not) [make, attend] the meeting
  13. the meeting was [productive, promising, a waste of time]
  14. our meeting (in the street) was a coincidence
  15. a chance meeting in the [park, supermarket, street]
  16. the [chair, chairperson] of the meeting
  17. the [agenda, schedule, point, reason] of the meeting
  18. the [place, venue, room] for the meeting
  19. a meeting of [shareholders, members, employees]
  20. a meeting of the best [minds, players]
n as adj
  1. the meeting [notes, minutes, agenda]
  2. book a meeting [room]
  3. a (good) meeting place
  4. agree on a meeting point
  5. is the meeting point between (the two)
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. meet me [the president, his parents]
  2. I'll meet you [at nine, at the coffee shop, there]
  3. meeting [a friend, his lover]
  4. meet [the staff, your customers]
  5. meet with your [boss, professor]
  6. meet up with your [friends, coworkers]
  7. meet up for [drinks, dinner]
  8. meet for [coffee, dinner, sex]
  9. they meet [on Friday, every Tuesday]
  10. meet at the [airport, office, club, restaurant]
  11. meet in [person, public]
  12. meet to [discuss, decide, debate, have dinner]
  13. meet and greet [their fans, parents]
  14. meet people with similar [needs, desires, goals]
  15. meet other [singles, people, students]
  16. pleased to meet you
  17. we first met [when, back in]
  18. the first time we met
  19. we've already met
  20. met through [family, friends, a mutual friend]
  21. meet the [needs, expectations, requirements] of
  22. meet your [standards, criteria, targets]
  23. meet or [exceed, surpass, beat]
  24. [must, have to] meet
  25. [helps, assists] in meeting
  26. the two [roads, highways, lines] meet
  27. the [lines] meet at [an intersection, a point, an angle, a right angle]
  28. has gone to meet his maker
  1. a [national, high school, professional, regional, major] meet
  2. [an athletics, a track, a decathlon, a race, a swim] meet
  3. a [national] [athletics] meet
  4. [hold, host, arrange, televise] [an athletics] meet
  5. [a night, a day, an evening, a weekend] meet
  6. [pulled out of, withdrew from, confirmed for] the meet
  7. won her [race, event] at the meet
n as adj
  1. the meet [line-up, competitors, results, runners]
  2. is holding a meet-and-greet [for, in, to]
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