English version

make somebody’s acquaintance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake somebody’s acquaintancemake somebody’s acquaintanceformalMEET to meet someone for the first time I should be delighted to make Mrs McGough’s acquaintance. At the hotel, I made the acquaintance of a young American actor. acquaintance
Examples from the Corpus
make somebody’s acquaintanceAfter seeing the way Mr. Wyatt behaved at the party, I had little desire to make his acquaintance.I'm pleased to make your acquaintance.
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