What is the
difference between Meet and Mete?
What is the difference between Meet and Mete? :
Meet : (verb)
( 1 ) Come face to face with someone
Did you meet him yesterday?
( 2 ) Come together formally for discussion
The Cabinet meets regularly.
The debating Society meets on Fridays.
( 3 ) Experience something unpleasant
He met his death five days ago.
( 4 ) Be introduced to someone
Make acquaintance of someone
I know Ram by sight. But we have never met.
She is an interesting young woman. Would you like to meet her?
( 5 ) Go to a place and await the arrival of a person, train, etc…
Will you meet me at the airport?
I shall meet your bus.
( 6 ) Come into contact with something
His hand met hers.
These trousers will not meet round my waist any more.
( 7 ) Fulfill a request, demand, satisfy
I can meet her demands.
Can you meet all their objections?
( 8 ) Pay something
I shall meet all her expenses.
Meet : (adjective)
( 1 ) Suitable or appropriate
It is not a meet place to live in.
Your remarks were not meet.
Meet : (noun)
( 1 ) Gathering of riders and hounds at a fixed place for fox-hunting
( 2 ) Sporting contest where many competitors gather
Did you visit the authentic meet?
Mete : (verb)
Give or administer (punishment, rewards, etc…)
Justice was meted out to the offenders.
The magistrate meted out severe penalties.
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