meet verb (COME TOGETHER) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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meet

verb [I or T] (COME TOGETHER)
到一起
 
 
/miːt/ (met)
to come together with someone intentionally
(与…)会面,会合
Lorraine and I meet for lunch once a month.
我和洛兰每月见一次面吃午饭。
We agreed to meet on Tuesday to discuss the project.
我们同意星期二见面讨论这一项目。
The children's club meets every Thursday afternoon.
儿童俱乐部每星期四下午集合。
They're meeting with their advisers to work out a new plan.
他们正与顾问会面来制订一项新计划。
Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
to come together with someone without intending to
遇见,遇到
It's always awkward when you meet someone you know, but you can't remember their name.
遇到你认识的人但却记不起他们的名字总会让人很尴尬。
Guess who I met in town today.
猜猜今天我在城里遇到了谁。
We met our old neighbours at an auction last Saturday.
我们在上周六的拍卖会上遇到了老邻居。
Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
(Definition of meet verb (COME TOGETHER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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