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a meeting: a conference, an assembly
Last week we had a meeting with the sales team, and discussed sales strategy.

to meet (with someone): to get together, to assemble (with someone); to come across, to encounter (someone)

to meet (someone for the first time): to get to know, to get acquainted with, to encounter (someone for the first time)


  • "I'm tired of meeting and I'm tired of greeting."
  • "Susie : By the way, I wanted to thank you for your support at the meeting earlier."
  • "I hope you're well, and that your meeting at the Vatican went better than last time."
  • "Subject: Meeting the Illuminati"
  • "In lieu of this pointless, frivolous expenditure, I propose a boring meeting at the office at 8.15 am."
  • "Due to an unexpected change in planning, the meeting on 'security systems', originally scheduled for next Thursday, has been indefinitely postponed."
  • "Today I am meeting with an FBI agent."
  • "I'd like to schedule our first meeting for tomorrow morning, first thing."
  • "Horatio : Meeting my lost son!"
  • "So, uh, please call me back whenever you get the chance and we'll set up a meeting."

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