Crossword clues for met
- "Miracle" player of 1969
- Big Apple opera lover's destination, with "the"
- New York City cultural venue, with "the"
- Came together
- N.Y.C. museum, with "the"
- "Mr." who has stitches in his face
- Lincoln Ctr. structure
- Showcase for a Pavarotti
- Foster or Kingman
- Where to see 17 Across
- Choo Choo Coleman in 1962
- Sat in session
- Lincoln Ctr. attraction
- Ran into (3)
- Seaver in the 60's
- Choo Choo Coleman was one
- Double encounter?
- Gooden, for one
- Strawberry, e.g.
- Seaver, twice
- Cleon Jones was one
- Shea Stadium player
- America's La Scala
- N.Y. site for Tut exhibition
- Strawberry, for one
- Shea athlete
- Stop on some art tours, with "the"
- La Scala's N.Y. rival
- Site for "Cav."
- Lee Mazzilli, e.g.
- Shea denizen
- Strawberry or Darling
- Shea performer
- N.Y.C. landmark
- Ed Kranepool was one
- Kranepool was one
- Began a relationship
- Seaver, once
- Sherrill Milnes's milieu
- Kept a tryst
- Cellar player in '78
- N.L. player
- Where divas reign in N.Y.C.
- Came upon
- Mecca for music lovers
- Lincoln Ctr. edifice
- Inst. 100 years old
- N.Y. opera house, fondly
- Famed opera hse.
- Place for Pavarotti
- N.Y. opera house
- Lincoln Ctr. building
- Milieu for Levine
- Where Sills' trills give thrills
- Strawberry blooming at Shea, e.g.
- Hernandez or Wilson
- Strawberry, once
- Ran into
- Got together
- N.Y.C. cultural site
- New York landmark, with "the"
- Happened upon
- Bumped into
- New York ___
- N.Y.C. opera house, with "the"
- Caught up with
- Shea player
- He earns his pay at Shea
- Came across
- Mr. ___ (Shea mascot)
- Place to hear a 13-Across, with "the"
- Shook hands, say
- Big Apple attraction, with "the"
- Piazza, for one
- New York ballplayer
- Site for 125-Across, with "the"
- Satisfied, in a way
- Nolan Ryan, e.g., when he started in the Major Leagues
- Collided, say
- Brave opponent
- Huddled (with)
- Big Apple museum, with "the"
- National League East player
- Big Apple cultural attraction, with "the"
- Coloratura's home, with "the"
- Powwowed (with)
- Mr. ___ (baseball mascot)
- Citi Field player
- Strawberry was one
- Yankee's crosstown rival
- Shook hands with, say
- New York baseballer
- Formed a junction
- Was introduced to
- Measured up to
- N.Y.C. presenter of 8-Down, with "the"
- Big name in the film industry
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Meet \Meet\ (m[=e]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Met (m[e^]t); p. pr. & vb. n. Meeting.] [OE. meten, AS. m[=e]tan, fr. m[=o]t, gem[=o]t, a meeting; akin to OS. m[=o]tian to meet, Icel. m[ae]ta, Goth. gam[=o]tjan. See Moot, v. t.]
To join, or come in contact with; esp., to come in contact with by approach from an opposite direction; to come upon or against, front to front, as distinguished from contact by following and overtaking.
To come in collision with; to confront in conflict; to encounter hostilely; as, they met the enemy and defeated them; the ship met opposing winds and currents.
To come into the presence of without contact; to come close to; to intercept; to come within the perception, influence, or recognition of; as, to meet a train at a junction; to meet carriages or persons in the street; to meet friends at a party; sweet sounds met the ear.
His daughter came out to meet him.
--Judg. xi. 3
4. To perceive; to come to a knowledge of; to have personal acquaintance with; to experience; to suffer; as, the eye met a horrid sight; he met his fate.
Of vice or virtue, whether blest or curst, Which meets contempt, or which compassion first.
To come up to; to be even with; to equal; to match; to satisfy; to ansver; as, to meet one's expectations; the supply meets the demand.
To meet half way, literally, to go half the distance between in order to meet (one); hence, figuratively, to yield or concede half of the difference in order to effect a compromise or reconciliation with.
Mete \Mete\, v. i. & t. [imp. Mette; p. p. Met.] [AS.
To dream; also impersonally; as, me mette, I dreamed. [Obs.]
``I mette of him all night.''
Met \Met\, imp. & p. p. of Meet.
Met \Met\, obs.
imp. & p. p. of Mete, to measure.
Met \Met\, obs.
p. p. of Mete, to dream.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1879 as colloquial shortening of Metropolitan (n.) "member of the New York Metropolitan Base-Ball Club."\n\nTHE baseball season has opened, and along with the twittering of the birds, the budding of the trees, and the clattering of the truck, comes the news that the "Mets were beaten yesterday 17 to 5." It is an infallible sign of spring when the Mets are beaten 17 to 5, and we invariably put on our thinner clothing when we read that refreshing, though perennial news in the papers.
["Life," May 12, 1887]\nUsed variously to abbreviate other proper names beginning with Metropolitan, such as "Metropolitan Museum of Art" (N.Y.), by 1919; "Metropolitan Railway" (stock), by 1890; "Metropolitan Opera Company (N.Y.), by 1922. Related: Mets.
past tense and past participle of meet (v.).
get together socially or for a specific purpose [syn: get together]
get to know; get acquainted with; "I met this really handsome guy at a bar last night!"; "we met in Singapore"
meet by design; be present at the arrival of; "Can you meet me at the train station?"
undergo or suffer; "meet a violent death"; "suffer a terrible fate" [syn: suffer]
be in direct physical contact with; make contact; "The two buildings touch"; "Their hands touched"; "The wire must not contact the metal cover"; "The surfaces contact at this point" [syn: touch, adjoin, contact]
Met, MET or The Met may refer to:
Usage examples of "met".
A shadow seemed to settle on his heart as he thought of the Aberrant lady they had met in Axekami.
Yet how should he not go to Utterbol with the Damsel abiding deliverance of him there: and yet again, if they met there and were espied on, would not that ruin everything for her as well as for him?
Hotel, and has been attended by the most happy results, yet the cases have presented so great a diversity of abnormal features, and have required so many variations in the course of treatment, to be met successfully, that we frankly acknowledge our inability to so instruct the unprofessional reader as to enable him to detect the various systemic faults common to this ever-varying disease, and adjust remedies to them, so as to make the treatment uniformly successful.
The one who walked away from the Red Cross group and met Abies before the shootout.
And I thought the way we met, with the FBI vouching for Nield, was something slightly esoteric, a comedy 276 touch like the Acme Quick Service brothers.
Cardinal Acquaviva was made acquainted with these circumstances at nine this morning through the auditor you met in my room, and he promised to have the person sent away unless she belonged to his household.
I have met him in good houses, and knowing that I was acquainted with you he addressed himself to me.
Her gaze met his with the penetrating acumen of a woman for whom life had no more surprises, a woman with a wordly competence beyond her years.
At the gate we met by previous arrangement the fourth member of our party, a young man whose surname I did not hear but whom Mr Mompesson addressed as Harry.
Nor is the argument of the defendants adequately met by citing isolated cases.
Data first met Darryl Adin and his band of mercenaries, who at that time had been operating outside the Federation.
The corporation met and adjourned for three weeks as a mark of respect.
Convention met at Richmond, and, after adjourning to meet at Baltimore, finally met there on the 28th of that month--twenty-one States being, in whole or in part, represented.
During the adjournment of the parliament, on account of the Whit-sun-holidays, the Scots of both houses, laying aside all party distinctions, met and deliberated on this subject.
Italy, and afterwards settled in England, where he met with the most favourable reception, and resided above half a century, universally admired for his stupendous genius in the sublime parts of musical composition.