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meet a need/demand/requirement/condition etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmeet a need/demand/requirement/condition etcmeet a need/demand/requirement/condition etcSUCCEED IN DOING somethingto do something that someone wants, needs, or expects you to do or be as good as they need, expect etc The company says it is unable to meet the workers’ demands for higher wages. The service is tailored to meet your needs. beaches which meet European standards of cleanliness meet
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meet ... standardsIf you decide to have one fitted, make sure it is done by a reputable company and meets recognised standards.These require employers to assess users' workstations to ensure they meet certain standards.Guns should meet basic safety standards, she says, just as cars and toys do.Belmont Bleaching and Dyeing has failed consistently to meet legal standards since 1988 but has not been prosecuted.In return for meeting these standards the exchange has insulation from liability for negligence to specific persons.Engine manufacturers will have flexibility to meet the new standards through a phase-in approach between 2007 and 2010.
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