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1. meet meet


Where shall we meet?
Before you go hiking in the woods, find out what you should do when you meet a bear.
Meet me at the lobby of the Imperial Hotel at 6:30 p.m.
Even though it's against company policy, Tom and Mary kiss and hug every time they meet.
Tom can meet you at the airport if you let him know your arrival time.
I met Tom before I graduated from high school, but didn't meet Mary until many years later.
You'll get plenty of chances to meet girls when you go to college.
The leaders of seven industrial democracies will meet in Okinawa in 2000.
We'll meet next time at ten o'clock, June the first, next year.
Additional imports of American beef are planned to meet rising demand.
He is usually straightforward and sincere and thereby gains the confidence of those who meet him.
In Japan, it is proper to bow when you meet someone.
When people meet, first impressions determine more than 50 percent of whatever happens next.
In many parts of the world, there is not enough food to meet everyone's needs.
We could meet downtown. Would that be convenient for you?

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2. bump into


bump into
They're smart enough, we hope, not to bump into each other.

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3. to feel



4. come across


She is the most difficult student I have ever come across.
i was walking by the street when i came across my friend. i was looking ine the box when i come across pen that i lost 10 years ago.
How do you think you come across to people you meet for the first time?
I haven't come across a guy like that. / I came across an amazing leather jacket at the thrift store today. / You come across as the type of person who loves children.
I haven't come across a guy like that.
Joe come across this old painting in the atic
Have you come across our new boss yet? I come across as being rather shy. If you come across anything, call me.
I've lost my extra car keys. If you come across them while your're cleaning the room, please put them in a safe place.
Service mocking is a popular concept, developers and testers come across the term frequently
In my current project I often come across classes which responsibility is to filter out invalid inputs.
I’ve recently come across some very interesting data on psychics.
1) I CAME ACROSS my old school reports when I was clearing out my desk. 2) I was surprised when she CAME ACROSS on the first night. 3) A lot depends on how well you come across in the interview.
The star of the film is a baby bear cub which Italian TV journalist come across near the River Amur.
The moral of this story doesn't come across.
I come across as confident when you first meet me, but I'm shy really.

5. to meet someone



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