meet

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmiːt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/mit/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(mēt)

Inflections of 'meet' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
meets
v 3rd person singular
meeting
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
met
v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
met
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."

WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Verb: encounter
Synonyms:
encounter , come across, come upon, bump into (informal), run into (informal), chance upon, face , find , discover , come face to face with, find yourself face to face with
Antonyms:
avoid , dodge , escape
Sense: Verb: socialize with
Synonyms:
meet up with, meet with, socialize with, socialise with, get together with (informal), go out with, frequent , hang out with (slang), rub shoulders with (informal), rub elbows with (informal), fall in with, step out with (dated, informal), date , go on a date with, hook up with (slang)
Sense: Verb: become acquainted with
Synonyms:
get to know, come to know, get acquainted with, become acquainted with, make sb's acquaintance, be introduced to, be presented to, present yourself to, make yourself known to, familiarize yourself with, familiarise yourself with (UK), meet sb face to face, meet sb in person, become familiar with
Antonyms:
ignore , give the cold shoulder, shun
Sense: Verb: get together
Synonyms:
meet up, get together (informal), go out (informal), hook up (slang), gather , socialize, socialise (UK), go on a date, see each other, see one another, step out (dated, informal), hold a meeting, have a meeting, meet face to face, meet in person
Sense: Verb: go to a meeting place
Synonyms:
gather , convene, congregate, assemble , rally , muster , appear , come together, be present, be there, attend , be at the meeting point
Antonyms:
disband, disperse, scatter
Sense: Verb: join
Synonyms:
join , join up, converge, coincide, come together, meet at a point, unite, link up, cross , connect , touch , be tangent to, be at a tangent to
Antonyms:
leave , say goodbye, part ways, depart , take off, head out
Sense: Verb: fulfill
Synonyms:
fulfill , fulfil (UK), satisfy , fill , fit , answer , pass , live up to, stand up to, be up to, suit , suffice (formal), be adequate for, be acceptable to, be suitable for, be suited to, be enough for
Antonyms:
breach , default , break
Sense: Verb: experience
Synonyms:
encounter , meet with, experience , go through, suffer , undergo , endure , bear , face , come up against, confront , be confronted with, have a brush with
Sense: Verb: compete with
Synonyms:
face off against, face up to, face , take on (informal), fight , jostle, compete against, compete with, grapple with, clash with, do battle with, go head to head with, come face to face with, battle , fight against, duel, fight a duel with, contend against
Sense: Verb: compete against each other
Synonyms:
face off, face each other, face one another, come face to face, go head to head, compete , clash , contend , vie, fight , do battle, jostle, duel, fight a duel
Sense: Verb: pay bills or costs
Synonyms:
pay for, cover , fork out for (slang), cough up for (slang), settle , clear , satisfy , repay, pay back, pay off, be enough to cover, stump up the cash for (UK, informal), find the money for
Sense: Noun: sports meeting - US
Synonyms:
meeting (UK), match , event , athletic event, tournament , competition , contest , conclave, engagement , race , face-off, track meet, swim meet, athletics meet (US), athletics meeting (UK), get-together (informal), double-header (US), friendly (UK), regatta
Antonyms:
practice , training , warm-up, friendly match, exhibition match

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