meet (n):a meeting at which a number of athletic contests are held meet (v):meet by design; be present at the arrival ofSamplesCan you meet me at the train station? meet (v):come togetherSamplesI'll probably see you at the meeting.
How nice to see you again!
meet (v):contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battleSamplesPrinceton plays Yale this weekend.
Charlie likes to play Mary
meet (v):fill or meet a want or need meet (v):be in direct physical contact with; make contactSamplesThe two buildings touch.
Their hands touched.
The wire must not contact the metal cover.
The surfaces contact at this point
meet (v):undergo or sufferSamplesmeet a violent death.
suffer a terrible fate
meet (v):get together socially or for a specific purpose meet (v):collect in one placeSamplesWe assembled in the church basement.
Let's gather in the dining room
meet (v):satisfy or fulfillSamplesmeet a need.
this job doesn't match my dreams
meet (v):get to know; get acquainted withSamplesI met this really handsome guy at a bar last night!
we met in Singapore
meet (v):experience as a reactionSamplesMy proposal met with much opposition meet (v):satisfy a condition or restrictionSamplesDoes this paper meet the requirements for the degree? meet (v):be adjacent or come togetherSamplesThe lines converge at this point meet (s):being precisely fitting and rightSamplesit is only meet that she should be seated first
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Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (1048-1131)
First deserve, then desire
önce hak et sonra iste
Before you begin to hope about possessing something, make sure you are qualified for it