ˈmeet with sth

ˈmeet with sth
phrasal verb
same as meet
Experiments with the new drug have met with some success.[/ex]

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  • meet with sth — UK US UK UK meet with sth Phrasal Verb with meet({{}}/miːt/ verb (met //, met /met/) ► to come together with someone in a place and have a conversation or meeting with them: »I m going to meet with my boss tomorrow morning. ► to cause a… …   Financial and business terms

  • meet*/*/*/ — [miːt] (past tense and past participle met [met] ) verb 1) [I/T] to come together in order to spend time with someone who you have arranged to see I ll meet you in the bar later.[/ex] We re meeting for lunch tomorrow.[/ex] Sally and I met after… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • meet something with something — ˈmeet sth with sth derived to react to sth in a particular way Syn: ↑receive • His suggestion was met with howls of protest. Main entry: ↑meetderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • hook up with sth — Ⅰ. UK US hook up (with sb/sth) Phrasal Verb with hook({{}}/hʊk/ verb [T] INFORMAL ► to meet or begin to work with another person or organization: »a conference where startup companies can hook up with investors Ⅱ. UK US hook (sth) up …   Financial and business terms

  • hook sb up with sth — UK US hook sb up (with sb/sth) Phrasal Verb with hook({{}}/hʊk/ verb [T] INFORMAL ► to arrange for someone to meet or work with another person or organization: »We videotape applicants in practice interviews and hook them up with employers …   Financial and business terms

  • meet — meet1 W1S1 [mi:t] v past tense and past participle met [met] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(see somebody at an arranged place)¦ 2¦(see somebody by chance)¦ 3¦(see somebody for the first time)¦ 4¦(see somebody at an airport/station etc)¦ 5¦(come together to discuss… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • meet — 1 /mi:t/ verb past tense and past participle met /met/ 1 BE IN THE SAME PLACE (intransitive, transitive not in passive) a) to be in the same place as someone else because you have arranged to do this: Meet me at 8.00. | We agreed to meet in front …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • meet — ▪ I. meet meet 1 [miːt] verb met PTandPP [met] [intransitive, transitive] 1. to get together with another person to discuss something: • The directors met again yesterday evening to discuss the crisis. • The committee meets once a month …   Financial and business terms

  • meet — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun (esp. AmE) ADJECTIVE ▪ gymnastics, race, swim, track ▪ hunt (BrE) ▪ championship ▪ big …   Collocations dictionary

  • meet up — UK US UK UK meet up Phrasal Verb with meet({{}}/miːt/ verb (met //, met /met/) ► to see another person or group in order to discuss something: »Departmental managers meet up once a month to discuss their concerns. meet up with sb/sth »The Retail… …   Financial and business terms

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