meet with sth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"meet with sth" in British English

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meet with sth

phrasal verb with meet uk   us   /miːt/ verb (met, met)

meet with sth (EXPERIENCE)

formal to ​experience something, usually something ​unpleasant: I ​heard she'd ​met with an ​accident. If you ​meet with any difficulties, just ​let me ​know.

meet with sth (REACTION)

to ​cause a ​particularreaction or ​result: At the ​time, the ​decision was ​met with a ​barrage of ​criticism. I ​trust the ​arrangementsmeet with yourapproval.
(Definition of meet with sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"meet with sth" in Business English

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meet with sth

phrasal verb with meet uk   us   /miːt/ verb (met /met/ , met /met/ )
to come together with someone in a ​place and have a ​conversation or ​meeting with them: I'm going to ​meet with my ​boss tomorrow morning.
to cause a particular ​reaction: The firm's ​expansion abroad has ​met with a ​mixedresponse.
(Definition of meet with sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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