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meet-and-greetadjective

uk   us   /ˌmiːt.əndˈɡriːt/
A meet-and-greet event is one that has been arranged so that a famous person can meet and talk to people: The president took a short meet-and-greet walk to the restaurant.
meet-and-greet
noun [C] uk   us  
a meet-and-greet event
Translations of “meet-and-greet”
in Chinese (Traditional) 為知名人物與群眾會面對話而安排的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 见面会(知名人物与群众对话的活动)…
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