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met

[ met ]
/ mɛt /
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verb
simple past tense and past participle of meet1.
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OTHER WORDS FROM met

un·met, adjective

Other definitions for met (2 of 4)

Met

abbreviation Biochemistry.

Other definitions for met (3 of 4)

met-

variant of meta- before a vowel: metempirical.

Other definitions for met (4 of 4)

met.

abbreviation
metaphor.
metaphysics.
meteorology.
metropolitan.
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British Dictionary definitions for met (1 of 3)

met
/ (mɛt) /

verb
the past tense and past participle of meet 1

British Dictionary definitions for met (2 of 3)

Met
/ (mɛt) /

noun the Met informal
(in Britain) the Metropolitan Police Force: the main police force serving London
(in the US) the Metropolitan Museum of Art

British Dictionary definitions for met (3 of 3)

met.

abbreviation for
meteorologicalthe met. office weather report
meteorology
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Medical definitions for met (1 of 2)

Met

abbr.
methionine

Medical definitions for met (2 of 2)

MET

abbr.
metabolic equivalent
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Other Idioms and Phrases with met

met

See under meet.

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