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

The meaning of "Meet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does meet up mean?
A: to meet another person to do something together
Q: What does "The meet went south." mean?
A: the proper phrase would be "the meeting went south", which would mean it went poorly.
Q: What does meet the in-laws mean?
A: when your meeting your significant others parents
Q: What does I met him back then mean?
A: "Back then" refers to some specific time in the past, usually one that the speaker has already mentioned. For example:

"I lived in New York in the 80's. Back then we didn't have Uber so I had to take taxis everywhere."
Q: What does meet up mean?
A: Get together / hang out

Example sentences using "Meet"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Glad to meet you.
A: Nice and Glad in this context mean the same thing - meeting someone, you are delightful, happy or feel happy/pleasure. ... On the other hand, nice/glad to see you is normally used when you are already acquainted with someone but feel a bit surprising (happy) looking at them at the place.
Ex: It was really glad to meet you at the party yesterday. :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with meet .
A: I am going to meet my friend for coffee tomorrow.
I met my new boss yesterday.
I would love to meet your family someday!
Let's make a plan to meet up sometime soon. (This example is a compound verb I think, "to meet up" means the same as "meet" except it is used only when you are making plans to meet and not when you meet someone the first time)

Q: Please show me example sentences with nice to meet you .
A: Hi! Nice to meet you! My name is ____

Hello, It is so nice to meet you!

Nice to meet you. This is my friend___
Q: Please show me example sentences with nice to meet you.
A: Nice to meet you ė A expressão que significa "bom em te conhecer"

Exemplo:
Hi, Nikole, I am Ken
Hi Ken! Nice to meet you!
Nic to meet you too!
Q: Please show me example sentences with meet up.
A: lets meet up. we're gonna meet up with him over at his place.

Synonyms of "Meet" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Nice to meet you and Nice meeting you ?
A: Both are mostly used at the end of a conversation. If you'd like to say something similar at the beginning of a conversation you could say "It is nice to meet you." This way it's present tense
Q: What is the difference between nice to meet you and pleasure to meet you ?
A: @mari95061414: No difference. 'Nice to meet you' is a little more casual.
Q: What is the difference between Nice to meet you and Nice meeting you ?
A: "Nice to meet you" is something you say when you first meet a person. "Nice meeting you" is what you say after meeting a person.
Example: I met this girl and the first thing I said was "Nice to meet you." We then had a conversation. Before I left, I said "Nice meeting you."
Q: What is the difference between meet and see ?
A: "Meet" is the first time. Or, making an appointment: "I will meet you on Thursday."

See is to look, or get together: "I will see you on Thursday."

Sometimes, you can use either.
Q: What is the difference between "meet you" and "meet with you" and "meet up you" and "meet up with you" ?
A: I think "meet you" means that you are meeting them for the first time, and that you have had no prior involvement with that person.

Ex: "It's very nice to meet you."

"Meet with you" and "meet up with you" implies that this was an arranged meeting, and therefore this is not the first interaction you have had with them.

Ex: "I would like for the group to meet up to finish this project."

"I'm glad I could meet with you so as to discuss your plans for the future."

My examples are kind of shoddy, but does that clear things up a little?

Translations of "Meet"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello, nice to meet you
A: Good job!!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? nice to meet you
A: Regular speed, then slower so you hear each word.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello. nice to meet you
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Other questions about "Meet"

Q: I might as well,shall we meet us? Does this sound natural?
A: Do you mean "shall we meet up?"

"Us" doesn't make sense
Q: Could I meet you possible? Does this sound natural?
A: Is it possible to meet you?
Q: when can we meet again? Does this sound natural?
A: "When can we meet again"
Q: "I will meet her again to see whether she really mean that." Does this sound natural?
A: "I will meet her again to see whether she really meant that."
or
"I will see her again to see if she really meant what she said."
Q: I'll have her meet you here.
の意味は何ですか?
何故、動詞がhaveとmeetで二つあるのですか?
A: "I'll have her meet you here."
僕はここで君に彼女を会わせる

'have her meet' とは
彼女を会わせる

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