Difference between met and meet

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difference between met and meet

Meet means both to encounter someone or something for the first time and to come together in order The quartet met with a warm reception from the audience. Use meet with for spending time with someone for discussion (business, politics, etc.) I met with Cathy to plan the office Christmas party. The president is going. To meet (met is the past tense) means to be introduced to, or to come in contact with, to run into. "I met you at the park.", "I met you at the party.".

  • Difference between Meet and Met

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difference between met and meet

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