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What does meetup mean?
A meetup is an organized gathering of people, especially a regular meeting of people who share a common interest or hobby. It is usually initiated and arranged through a social network or website.
Meet up (without the hyphen) is a phrasal verb meaning to meet, as in Let’s meet up at the restaurant. The term meetup as a noun was popularized by the website Meetup.com, which helps people organize such events.
Example: After I moved here from the Midwest, I met most of my friends at an anime meetup.
Where does meetup come from?
As a verb, meet up is recorded in English at least as far back as the 1880s. It wasn’t until the 2000s that it started to be used as a noun in the form of meetup, thanks in large part to Meetup.com and the in-person meetings of people that it made it easier to organize.
Meetups are typically planned in advance but are casual in nature. The idea is usually to get people together in real life who otherwise haven’t met or who don’t usually have a chance to meet—like members of online communities or people with niche (very specific) interests. Meetups are almost always organized online through social networks or other websites. Most often, the point of a meetup is just socialization and fun, but they can take many forms.
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- meet-up (alternate spelling)
- meet up (verb)
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How is meetup used in real life?
A meetup is a popular way for people with shared interests or experiences to get together, such as people who have a specific breed of dog or women who are in the tech industry. Or it could just be some friends who’ve planned to hang out.
#100DaysOfCode went to my first coding meetup today. They had some fire pizza and cookies. Might have to throw these meetups into my rotation.
— Bason Berry With Tha Billz (@BigBallerBason) January 22, 2020
If I made a gc for the (possible) whataburger meetup after the concert, would y’all be down? 🤡
— alyssa⁷ #BLM (@adoreegguk) January 22, 2020
Get a jump start on the new year! 2019 was amazing for the Memphis tech community! 2020 is going to be even better for Developers!
— GDG Memphis (@GDGMemphis) December 26, 2019
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Someone finally organized a meetup for the film discussion forum I’m a member of!
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For instance, participants in the new meetups said changes to FLoC which Google is mulling and were recently presented at an engineering research event have yet to make the publisher meeting agenda.
The sudden influx of online classes and meetups mean that children’s data is more at risk than before.Google Ads will soon block ad targeting based on age, gender or interests of people under 18|Carolyn Lyden|August 10, 2021|Search Engine Land
Groups like Unlikely Hikers, Outdoor Afro, and Becoming an Outdoors-Woman offer resources, classes, and meetups—and even if you can’t meet in person, you can find community and support online.
Now, after discovering — or rediscovering — RC, they’re finding like-minded enthusiasts on social media and in real-life racing and off-roading meetups.
He grabbed the sushi he ordered from Spices in Cleveland Park and a glass of water and arrived at the Zoom meetup on time.Date Lab: He doesn’t like small talk. They discussed morality and the Iran nuclear deal.|Jessica M. Goldstein|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
Among them are Art Kibbutz NYC and Dharma Drink, the Buddhist art Meetup group.Pawel Althamer Creates Art That’s by the People, for the People at the New Museum|Jessica Dawson|February 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The same goes for the Broncos—their L.A. MeetUp group is the second largest in the country for fans.Best Broncos and Seahawks Bars to Watch Super Bowl XLVIII|Justin Jones|January 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
New York Tech Meetup chairman Andrew Rasiej was the speaker.Geeks Converge on NYC to Protest Anti-Piracy Bills|Brian Ries|January 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST