meet verb (FOR THE FIRST TIME)
They met at work. 他們是在工作時認識的。
I met her in Hawaii. 我在夏威夷認識了她。
Would you like to meet my sister? 你願意認識一下我姐姐嗎？
- I'd like you to meet Ann Gregory, my deputy.
- I'm dreading having to meet his parents.
- It's important to create a good impression when you meet a new client.
- It's not always easy to meet members of the opposite sex.
- We went backstage after the show to meet the actors.
meet verb (COME TOGETHER)
A1 [ I or T ] to come together with someone intentionally（與…）會面，會合
It's always awkward when you meet someone you know but you can't remember their name. 遇到你認識的人但卻記不起他們的名字，總會讓人很尷尬。
Guess who I met in town today. 猜猜今天我在城裡遇到了誰。
- I'll meet you at the check-in desk.
- She's gone to meet Blake at the station.
- I'm meeting a group of friends for dinner tonight.
- The lovers met at a secret rendezvous in the park.
- We met on several occasions to discuss the issue.
meet verb (SATISFY)
- This type of computer is too slow and inflexible to meet many business needs.
- Can the sales force meet its financial objectives?
- They threatened to blow up the plane if their demands were not met.
- They agreed to raise the trade embargo if three conditions were met.
- His latest book met all my expectations.
meet verb (PLACE)
- A representative from the tour company will meet you at the check-in.
- You go on ahead of me, and I'll meet you there.
- It's very kind of you to come all the way to meet me.
- I'll meet you by the down escalator on the second floor.
- She's gone to meet Brian at the station.