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Noun
An assembly of people for a particular purpose, especially for formal discussion
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“The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the merits of Nellie using a military plane for international travel.”
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The coming together of two or more things to the same point
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“The meeting of the three separate streams would take place at the bottom of the valley.”
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A situation when two or more people meet for formal discussions
“I organized a meeting with my boss to discuss a potential raise in my salary.”
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An organized event consisting of races or other sporting contests
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“Lyons is also in the meeting as a wild card and knows a good performance could seal his spot in the full series.”
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An encounter between people, sometimes accidental
“I had an unexpected meeting with our neighbor Frank while I was on holiday in Europe.”
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A planned meeting, sometimes romantic
“We had several meetings before we were officially a couple.”
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A sustained fight or conflict, especially between large organized armed forces
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Plenary session
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Annual general meeting
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The act or state of interacting with others
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The act of fulfilling (one's obligation, duty or responsibility)
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A forceful collision of two things
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A reception room in a large house
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The action or process of arriving
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The action or process of receiving something sent, given, or inflicted
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A point at which parts of an artificial structure are joined
Adjective
(of lines) Meeting at or tending towards one point
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Extending to a point
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Holding a conference
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Adjacent to, or being in contact with at some point or line
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Present participle for to come upon unexpectedly or by chance
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“Charles had arranged to meet us at the train station that afternoon.”
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Present participle for to come into contact with something or each other
“Icebergs are created when glaciers meet the sea.”
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Present participle for to do what is required by the terms of
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“We believe your software has the features that meet our processing requirements.”
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Present participle for to come together into one body or place
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“The committee will meet at least once a year to review the company's progress.”
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Present participle for to give what is owed for
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“Insurance has been put in place to enable companies to meet these claims.”
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Present participle for to make the acquaintance of
“By chance, I would meet my true friends at Harry's wedding.”
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Present participle for to experience or suffer
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“Most of us will meet many traumatic experiences in our lives that will make us stronger.”
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Present participle for to receive, or to respond to, with a given reaction
“The public would meet the president's speech with widespread approval.”
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Present participle for to enter into contest or conflict with
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“The up-and-comer will meet the reigning champion in the ring tomorrow.”
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Present participle for to fulfill a desire, demand or need
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Present participle for to meet with someone, usually for purposes of sharing information
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Present participle for to meet or socialize with others
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Present participle for to be connected with
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Present participle for to receive or accept gladly or readily
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Present participle for to pay or discharge (a debt, expense etc.
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(come to) Present participle for to arrive at a given place
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Present participle for to attain or achieve
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Present participle for to meet by arrangement
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Present participle for to meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone)
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Present participle for to meet again
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Present participle for to interact with or engage in communication
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Present participle for satisfy, especially thirst
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Bleeding or blending
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Present participle for to succeed in reaching or equaling (a standard or quality)
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Present participle for hit half-heartedly
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Rising to
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Present participle for to divide by passing through or across
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(of people, nations or organizations) Present participle for to come or bring together for a common purpose or action
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Present participle for begin fighting
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(of a job or task) Present participle for to agree to take responsibility of
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Present participle for to settle on a particular arrangement; to come to terms to
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Present participle for to exchange viewpoints or seek advice for the purpose of finding a solution to a problem
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Present participle for to fetch or pick up someone
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(close around or over) Present participle for to come into contact with (something) so as to encircle and hold it
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Present participle for to examine, or otherwise explore, (usually an area or organ of the human body) by feeling it
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Present participle for to give official or legal power to
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Present participle for to be of the same opinion
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Present participle for to lie over parts of one another
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Present participle for to make a brief visit
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Present participle for speak or act in opposition to
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