Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Greet"

The meaning of "Greet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does greeting mean?
A: 네, “greeting”과 인사 같은 뜻이에요! Hello, hi, 그리고 hey 인사예요
Q: What does greeting? mean?
A: To greet someone means to say hello. A greeting is the act of saying hello.
Q: What does meet & greet mean?
A: It means to meet someone, and to greet them. Haha. Like, at a community event, you go to meet people for the first time and say hello to them.
Q: What does greet mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does greeting mean?
A: Saludo/saludos

Example sentences using "Greet"

Q: Please show me example sentences with To greet.
A: A sentence to greet would be , I went to greet the new family members next door.
Q: Please show me example sentences with how to greet your business partner when you meet him/her. .
A: This might help:
“How are you?”
“How’s everything going?” “How have you been?”

Q: Please show me example sentences with simple greeting.
A: Hi, how are you?
Hey, what's up?
Hey, how's it going?
Q: Please show me example sentences with greet.
A: The waitress greeted me with a smile.
The teacher greeted the little boys.
I thought you might wish to greet her.
Do you always greet people that way?
Send my greetings to your Mom.
Q: Please show me example sentences with greet.
A: My friend looked like he was going to greet me.
I have to greet elders.

Synonyms of "Greet" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I greet my mother this morning. and I say "hello" my mother this morning. ?
A: First sentence correction:
I greeted my mother this morning.

Second sentence correction:
I said hello to my mother this morning.

They both have the same meaning. Use whichever you prefer.
Q: What is the difference between greeting and greetings ?
A: Basically they mean the same thing, but I would use "greetings when I want to express my goodwill.

It's like "congratulations".
Not "Congratulation".


Also, there is a difference of its usage between Brit English and American English as shown below.

a greetings card🇬🇧BE

a greeting card🇺🇸AE
Q: What is the difference between (when greeting)"how are you?" and "how is it going?" ?
A: they are the same. "how are you" (formal) & "how is it going ?" (informal)
Q: What is the difference between greet and salute ?
A: "salute" is used as a greeting in the military or armed forces and implies putting your right hand to your forehead. it is not spoken and is just a hand gesture. "greet" is more general. it is some form of communication when meeting someone, such as saying "hello".

Translations of "Greet"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to greet and say something like how are you with American friend. Guy or girl.(if there's difference) in case to be more natural. How do you usually greet your friends.
A: How's it goin?
What's up?
What's up dude? (pronounced "wsup dude")

Dude can be used with guys or girls, but I'd probably only say "wsup dude" to guys.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do we greet politely????
A: !! "How can we greet smb politely !?" is more natural for foreigner !!! Hope this helps.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to greet someone super important? Like lets say CEO of the company you are trying to get in. Is it just “Hello”?
A: Manners in the United States are tough. For the most part we treat everyone with the same respect homeless or CEO. Sir and ma'm are often only reserved for the military or those who were taught to be very polite to superiors or elders. Just a friendly "Hello, it is nice to meet you" will do the trick.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you greet to your friends in daily life?
A: If I understand the question correctly, I greet my friends at school by going up to them and saying "Misa!" or "Katie!" (or whatever their name may be) in an excited manner. You can also say "Hi!" When talking to my classmates that I'm not very, very close to, I first start conversation by asking "How are you today?" There are many different ways to greet your friends. It varies from person to person. I hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you usually greet strangers in US?
A: it depends who you are talking to if its someone arounf your age like a classmate you can great them a little more casually like "hi I'm ___" or sonething like that but if your talking to an older person like a parent or boss then it would be more formally "hello I'm ____its nice to meet you"

Other questions about "Greet"

Q: when Japanese greet each other they bow and foreigner do they shake hands does this sound natural?
A: When different nationalities greet each other, the Japanese bow, while the foreigners shake hands.
Q: I'm sorry, I didn't greet you yesterday. does this sound natural?
A: I'm sorry, I did not say hello to you yesterday.
Q: if I want to greet a girl or a woman,could I say it like that 'hey guy!'?
A: Just "Hey!" is fine. On using guy, you wouldn't address a single girl as "guy." If there's a few people, 2 or more, "hey guys!" is acceptable (even if both are girls).
Q: When you greet a new person, hug or kiss on cheek may suprise him.
does this sound natural?
A: Just add a couple things. "When you greet a new person, "A" hug or kiss on "THE" cheek may surprise him." People will definitely understand you, but adding those words will make it sound more natural.
Q: How to greet someone when you are asked to pick up him in the airport? And you've never met him.
A: If it's a formal occasion, or you're talking to someone socially above you, I'd say, "Good (morning/day/evening/night), Mister _, how are you/how was your flight/how was your trip?"

If you're of the same social status (for example, they're a friend of a friend), you can just say, "Hello/Hey, [first name], how are you/how was your flight/how was your trip?"

After saying hello and before asking them anything, introduce yourself, and maybe shake their hand.

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