meetverb

  • ja会う
  • ento encounter; to be acquainted with

Examples

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Mute
1.
Are you Michael Scott?
2.
Michael what?
3.
Oh, I'm sorry.
4.
I'm supposed to be meeting someone named Michael.
5.
Oh, that's not— yeah, I'm not—
6.
Michael?
7.
Michael?
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Mute
1.
I want you to meet my cousin, Russell Bufalino.
2.
How are you?
3.
Hi, nice to meet you.
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Mute
1.
Meet the family.
2.
- Clara you know. - Hi, Marty!
3.
Ma'am!
4.
These are our boys.
5.
Jules and Verne.
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Mute
1.
Charles, meet Mac.
2.
Short for McClane.
3.
As in Shirley? I love it.
4.
No, as in John from 'Die Hard.'
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Mute
1.
- Josh Porter, Stanford. - David.
2.
- Nice to meet you. - And Michael Scott, Scranton.
3.
- Nice to meet you. - Ditto.
4.
How are you, Jan?
5.
Fine, Michael, thank you.
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Mute
1.
Doctor Evil, I want you to meet your son.
2.
My son?
3.
Yeah. Scott!
4.
Hello, Scott.
5.
Hi.
6.
I'm your father.