meetverb

  • ja会う
  • ento encounter; to be acquainted with

Examples

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- Phoebe? - Yes.
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Hi, Mr. Adelman.
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- Nice to see you. - Hi, thanks for meeting me.
4.
Oh, that's alright.
5.
Although you did cut into my very busy day of sitting.
6.
Oh, do you wanna sit?
7.
Oh, no, no, no.
8.
Please, I spent most of mid-morning trying to stand up.
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So, how did you guys meet?
2.
Well, I was in Mrs. Knight's—
3.
Oh, I mean Alice.
4.
Sorry.
5.
Alice.
6.
I always do that.
7.
I was in her Home Ec class.
8.
And he was my best student.
9.
Yeah, she was my best teacher.
10.
Oh!
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So, Chandler, have you heard about Monica's secret boyfriend?
2.
Yeah, she might have mentioned him. Yeah.
3.
So, Mon, when are we gonna meet this new secret waiter man?
4.
Oh, he's really shy.
5.
I don't think he's up to meeting everyone yet.
6.
Yeah, I don't think he's up to meeting everyone yet.
7.
I don't care.
8.
I wanna meet this guy who's the best sex she ever had.
9.
Really?
10.
That's what you heard? You said that?
11.
I might have said that.
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Gina, get your rear over here.
2.
Sam, you gotta meet Gina.
3.
Oh, already did.
4.
She took me out for dinner.
5.
Yeah, I just wanted to get to know Sam better and talk about the upcoming vacation.
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I got him his favorite: egg salad on white, bowl of cottage cheese—
7.
Hard boiled egg on the side!
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Oh, no.
9.
Oh, yes.
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1.
Are you Michael Scott?
2.
Michael what?
3.
Oh, I'm sorry.
4.
I'm supposed to be meeting someone named Michael.
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Oh, that's not— yeah, I'm not—
6.
Michael?
7.
Michael?
8.
I will be honest. The dating has not been going well.
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Arthur, I have some bad news for you.
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This is the last time we'll be meeting.
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You don't listen, do you?
4.
You just ask the same questions every week.
5.
"How's your job?
6.
Are you having any negative thoughts?"
7.
All I have are negative thoughts.
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1.
So, how did it go with Joshua last night?
2.
Well, I didn't see Joshua,
3.
but I did punch a girl in the face.
4.
- What? - Why?
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The whole night was horrible.
6.
It was pouring down rain.
7.
And when I got there, there was no Rachel Green on the list.
8.
But there was a Rachel Greep.
9.
Oh, so did you get to meet her?
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I want you to meet my cousin, Russell Bufalino.
2.
How are you?
3.
Hi, nice to meet you.
4.
It was like the Army.
5.
You followed orders.
6.
You did the right thing.
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You got rewarded.
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1.
- Josh Porter, Stanford. - David.
2.
- Nice to meet you. - And Michael Scott, Scranton.
3.
- Nice to meet you. - Ditto.
4.
How are you, Jan?
5.
Fine, Michael, thank you.