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meet [mi t] met (past)

1 (by arrangement) quedar con; verse con; (by chance) encontrarse con; tropezarse con

I’m meeting them for lunch tomorrow he quedado para almorzar con ellos ma ana; I had arranged to meet her in town hab a quedado con ella en el centro; hab a acordado en verla en el centro; I’ll meet you outside the cinema te ver en la entrada del cine; you’ll never guess who I met on the bus today! a que no sabes con qui n me encontr or me tropec hoy en el autob s?

meet me at the beach tomorrow at two

we will be meeting the ambassador tomorrow to discuss the situation ma ana tendremos un encuentro or una reuni n con el embajador para discutir la situaci n; ma ana nos entrevistaremos or nos reuniremos con el embajador para discutir la situaci n

2 (go/come to get) ir/venir a buscar; (welcome) recibir

we met her at the station la fuimos a buscar a la estaci n; I’m being met at the airport me vendr n a buscar al aeropuerto; she ran out to meet us sali corriendo a recibirnos; to meet sb off the train ir a esperar a algn a la estaci n; don’t bother to meet me no os molest is en venir a esperarme

the car will meet the train the bus meets the aircraft

the bus for Aix meets the ten o’clock train el autob s que va a Aix conecta con el tren de las diez

hay correspondencia entre. Kurt’s parents weren’t able to meet our plane/flight so we took a taxi Lili and my father met me off the boat

3 (get to know, be introduced to) conocer

I never met him no lo llegu a conocer; I met my wife in 1988 conoc a mi mujer en 1988; meet my brother quiero presentarte a mi hermano; he’s the kindest person I’ve ever met es la persona m s amable que he conocido jam s

candidates will be required to meet the committee we met by chance

nice to have met you! encantado de conocerlo!; pleased to meet you! mucho gusto!; encantado de conocerlo!

I am very pleased to meet you

4 (come together with)

where the sea meets the horizon donde el mar se junta con el horizonte; the box met the ground with an almighty thud la caja se estrell ruidsosamente contra el suelo; the sound which met his ears el sonido que lleg a sus o dos

I met no vehicles coming in the opposite direction to meet sb’s [eye] [gaze]

I could not meet his eye no pod a mirarle a los ojos; her eyes met her sister’s across the table tropez con la mirada de su hermana al otro lado de la mesa; what a scene met my eyes! el escenario que se present ante mis ojos!

5 (come across) [+problem] encontrarse con

almost all retired people meet this problem casi todos los jubilados se encuentran con este problema

I believed I would never meet a problem I could not solve never had she met such spite and pettiness I don’t know how I will react the next time I meet a potentially dangerous situation he had never met a problem like it

6 (confront) [+opponent] enfrentarse con; (in duel) batirse con; [+problem] hacer frente a

he met his death or his end in 1800 hall or encontr la muerte en 1800; to meet death calmly enfrentarse con la muerte con tranquilidad

to meet death courageously he met his death at the hands of a soldier no one knows exactly how or where he met his end she was prepared to meet problems as they arose

to meet sth head-on enfrentarse de lleno con algo; hacer frente or plantar cara directamente a algo

She met the problem head-on, with a child’s directness Becker will meet Ivanisevich in the final to be met [with]/[by] sth

this suggestion was met with angry protests la gente reaccion con protestas de indignaci n ante la sugerencia

the remark was met by cheers their explanations were met with great interest his appointment was met with a mixture of expectation and reservation Reagan’s speech was met with incredulity in the US

7 (satisfy) [+need] satisfacer; cubrir; [+demand] atender a; satisfacer; [+wish] satisfacer; [+requirement] cumplir con; [+debt] pagar; [+expense, cost] correr con; hacer frente a; [+obligation] atender a; cumplir con; [+target, goal] alcanzar; [+challenge] hacer frente a; [+expectations] estar a la altura de

he offered to meet the full cost of the repairs se ofreci a correr con or hacer frente a todos los gastos de la reparaci n; it did not meet our expectations no estuvo a la altura de nuestras expectativas

these policies do little to meet the needs of single mothers the government is unable to meet the demand for housing there were nowhere near enough buses to meet the demand only 120 candidates met the entry requirements how to tailor your application to meet your employer’s requirements he found himself in the position of not being able to meet his debts I have difficulty finding the money to meet the monthly repayments the government’s unbalanced borrowings to meet the deficit precipitated a panic the government said it will help meet some of the cost of the damage a Foreign Office idea of a separate “protocol” to meet Danish objections to the treaty it will now be easier to meet our target of around 850 units factories that don’t meet their production targets to meet that goal, Japan will have to build another 40 reactors it is an enormous challenge but we hope to meet it within 18 months it goes some way towards meeting their wishes

1 (encounter each other) (by arrangement) quedar; verse; (by chance) encontrarse; (hold meeting) reunirse; [+ambassador, politician] (with interested parties) entrevistarse; reunirse

we could meet for a drink after work podr amos vernos or quedar para tomar una copa despu s del trabajo; what time shall we meet? a qu hora quieres que quedemos or nos veamos?; let’s meet at eight quedemos para las ocho; they arranged to meet at ten quedaron en verse a las diez; the two ministers met to discuss the treaty los dos ministros se entrevistaron or se reunieron para discutir el tratado

officials from the two countries will meet soon to resume negotiations I ask after his wife whenever we meet

to meet again volver a verse; until we meet again! hasta la vista!; hasta pronto!

keep it until we meet again

2 (convene) [+Parliament, club, committee] reunirse

the society meets at eight la sociedad se re ne a las ocho

the class meets in the art room the group meets regularly to exchange experiences the Commission met four times between 1988 and 1991 the Russian Parliament meets today in Moscow when Parliament meets on Monday morning, opposition leaders may try to overturn the edict

3 (get to know one another, be introduced) conocerse

we met in Seville nos conocimos en Sevilla; we have met before nos conocemos ya; have we met? nos conocemos de antes?

4 (come together, join) [+two ends] unirse; [+rivers] confluir; [+roads] empalmar

the jacket was so small the two sides wouldn’t meet (in the middle) parallel lines will never meet, however far they are extended where the rivers/the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans meet the roads meet at Toledo

our eyes met cruzamos una mirada; their lips met sus labios se encontraron

5 (confront each other) [+teams, armies] enfrentarse

Bilbao and Valencia will meet in the final el Bilbao se enfrentar con el Valencia en la final; Bilbao y Valencia se disputar n la final

the two women will meet tomorrow in the final England last met the Frnech in 1984, when they lost 2-0 the two armies met at Guilford on 15th March 1781

to meet (sb) in battle librar batalla (con algn)

I was on the windy plains of Troy as Achilles and Hector met in battle they would soon meet in battle men with whom they had been drinking together only a week ago

(Hunting) cacer a (f) ; especially (US) (Dep) encuentro (m)

she managed to get there before the meet moved off to begin the hunt John Pennel became the first person to pole-vault 17 ft, at a meet in Miami, FLorida the new Saratoga racetrack held its first meet. with 26 horses running in 8 races a long-awaited five-nation swimming meet in Moscow

[+liter] conveniente; apropiado


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