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meet with something

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phrasal verb with meet  us   /mit/ verb (past tense and past participle met  /met/ )
  • (EXPERIENCE)

to ​experience something, esp. something ​unpleasant: She met with an ​accident on her way to ​school.

meet with something

phrasal verb with meet  us   /mit/ verb (past tense and past participle met  /met/ )
  • (CAUSE REACTION)

to ​cause a ​particularreaction: The ​announcement met with ​applause from the ​audience.
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