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the Metnoun [+ sing/pl verb]

uk   us   /ˈmet/
abbreviation for the Metropolitan Opera: an ​operacompanybased in New York City: In his 30 ​years at the Met, he was ​regarded as one of the ​greatest Verdi ​baritones of his ​generation. UK abbreviation for the Metropolitan Police UK abbreviation for the Met Office
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in Chinese (Simplified) 大伦敦警察局…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大倫敦警察局…
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