v. t.) To join, or come in contact with;
v.)to be suitable; fit; proper; appropriate; qualified; convenient.
Let’s meet on Sunday.
They meet once a week.
I want you to meet my parents.
He came to meet me yesterday afternoon.
I regret missing the chance to meet her.
Do not forget to meet me at the station.
Let’s meet at the mall and go see a movie.
Shall we meet up at the same time tomorrow?
She promised to meet him at the coffee shop.
We occasionally meet for a drink after work.
They decided to meet there again after twenty years.
We’re cutting and contriving to make both ends meet.
They believed they would meet again in the hereafter.
My mother is to meet with my homeroom teacher tomorrow.
I’ve been invited to meet with the American Ambassador.
They charged down the stairs to meet their grandmother.
It was impossible for the family to make both ends meet.
The builders failed to meet their contractual obligations.
I feel embarrassed when I meet somebody for the first time.
Walking along the street, I happened to meet my old friend.
Tony is hoping to meet up with an old friend on the weekend.
His ambition was to meet his favourite pop star face to face.
It’s good to meet people from different parts of the country.
I presume that someone will be there to meet us when we arrive.
The two groups will meet next week to try to defuse the crisis.
How to meet future energy demand is a big question we must consider.
The council must make economies to meet government spending targets.
The leaders of seven industrial democracies will meet in Okinawa in .
I want to know and meet a nice, energetic, healthy, facetious, honest and loyal friend.
When you first meet her, she gives a superficial impression of warmth and friendliness.
She says we had agreed to meet yesterday for lunch at the old drugstore in Hollybush.
The specifications required to meet these can be readily elicited and catalogued.
The women meet twice a month to brainstorm and set business goals for each other.
Our Prime Minister is scheduled to meet with the Chinese Prime Minister tomorrow.
We meet up for lunch now and then, but not as often as we used to.
We are constantly upgrading our software to meet customers’ needs.
Some have come to meet their friends and others to see theirs off.
The seller offered to meet half the cost of repairing the dynamo.
I couldn’t meet him at the station because my car ran out of gas.
After the show, we were allowed to go backstage to meet the cast.
She tried hard in vain to make both ends meet on a small salary.
His object in traveling to Paris was to meet with the President.
It’s virtually impossible to meet the weekly sales targets.