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advocate

Idioms for meet

Origin of meet

1
before 900; Middle English meten, Old English gemētan; cognate with Old Norse mœta, Old Saxon mōtian. See moot1

OTHER WORDS FROM meet

meet·er, noun

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH meet

meat meet
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British Dictionary definitions for meet with (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 with (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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Idioms and Phrases with meet with (1 of 2)

meet with

Encounter or experience, as in The housing bill met with their approval, or Drunk and homeless, he's bound to meet with a bad end. [Mid-1400s]

Idioms and Phrases with meet with (2 of 2)

meet

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