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Idioms about meet

Origin of meet

1
First recorded before 900; Middle English mete(n), miete(n), Old English (ge)mētan; cognate with Old Norse mœta, Old Saxon mōtian; see moot1

OTHER WORDS FROM meet

meeter, noun

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH meet

meat, meet

Other definitions for meet (2 of 2)

meet2
[ meet ]
/ mit /

adjective Archaic.
suitable; fitting; proper.

Origin of meet

2
First recorded before 1000; Middle English mete, meete, mette, from Old English gemǣte “suitable,” cognate with German gemäss “suitable, appropriate”

OTHER WORDS FROM meet

meetness, noun
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How to use meet in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for meet (1 of 2)

meet1
/ (miːt) /

verb meets, meeting or met
noun

Derived forms of meet

meeter, noun

Word Origin for meet

Old English mētan; related to Old Norse mœta, Old Saxon mōtian

British Dictionary definitions for meet (2 of 2)

meet2
/ (miːt) /

adjective
archaic proper, fitting, or correct

Derived forms of meet

meetly, adverb

Word Origin for meet

C13: from variant of Old English gemǣte; related to Old High German māza suitability, Old Norse mǣtr valuable
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Other Idioms and Phrases with meet

meet

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