|1.||[ verb ] come together|
|Synonyms:||see encounter ran_into run_across come_across foregather forgather|
"I'll probably see you at the meeting" "How nice to see you again!"
|Related terms:||intersect encounter|
|2.||[ verb ] get together socially or for a specific purpose|
|Related terms:||visit celebrate reune pick_up rendezvous meeting meeting|
|3.||[ verb ] be adjacent or come together|
"The lines converge at this point"
|Related terms:||diverge diverge breast touch convergence|
|4.||[ verb ] fill or meet a want or need|
|Synonyms:||satisfy fill fulfill fulfil|
|Related terms:||provide feed_on quench quell answer fulfillment satisfier satisfaction|
|5.||[ verb ] satisfy a condition or restriction|
"Does this paper meet the requirements for the degree?"
|Related terms:||match suit satisfy coordinate behoove fill_the_bill|
|6.||[ verb ] satisfy or fulfill|
"meet a need" "this job doesn't match my dreams"
|7.||[ verb ] collect in one place|
|Synonyms:||assemble gather foregather forgather|
"We assembled in the church basement" "Let's gather in the dining room"
|Related terms:||interact gather cluster fort convene crowd caucus group hive club turn_out converge meeting gathering assembly|
|8.||[ verb ] get to know; get acquainted with|
"I met this really handsome guy at a bar last night!" "we met in Singapore"
|9.||[ verb ] meet by design; be present at the arrival of|
"Can you meet me at the train station?"
|10.||[ verb ] contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle|
|Synonyms:||encounter take_on play|
"Princeton plays Yale this weekend" "Charlie likes to play Mary"
|Related terms:||confront replay play play play play brush compete|
|11.||[ verb ] experience as a reaction|
"My proposal met with much opposition"
|12.||[ verb ] get or come together|
"the two lines meet here"
|Related terms:||join converge|
|13.||[ noun ] (sport) a meeting at which a number of athletic contests are held|
|Related terms:||athletic_contest track_meet race_meeting regatta swimming_meet gymkhana track_and_field|
|14.||[ verb ] undergo or suffer|
"meet a violent death" "suffer a terrible fate"
|15.||[ verb ] be in direct physical contact with; make contact|
|Synonyms:||touch contact adjoin|
"The two buildings touch" "Their hands touched" "The wire must not contact the metal cover" "The surfaces contact at this point"
|Related terms:||cover cling rub lean_on surround attach border hug converge touch contact contact|
|16.||[ adjective ] being precisely fitting and right|
"it is only meet that she should be seated first"