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meet

verb [T] (SATISFY)
滿足
 
 
/miːt/ (met)
to fulfil, satisfy, or achieve
滿足;達到,完成
The workers' demands for higher pay were not met by the management.
管理層沒有滿足工人提高工資的要求。
We haven't yet been able to find a house that meets our needs/requirements.
我們還沒能找到符合我們需要/要求的房子。
They will only agree to sign the contract if certain conditions are met.
只有某些條件得到滿足,他們才會同意簽署合同。
Do you think we will be able to meet our deadline/target?
你認為我們能如期完成/達到目標嗎?
Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
to pay
支付,償付
The company has agreed to meet all our expenses.
公司已同意支付我們所有的開支。
Paying and spending money
(Definition of meet verb (SATISFY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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