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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmetmet /met/  the past tense and past participle of meet
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metIt was natural that he should be President of the Constituent Assembly when it met.Court documents give this account: The day after the shootings, Osborn met Blums in a park.He had a great sense of humour and when we first met, I was instantly attracted to him.Paul Lambert then met Moravcik's cut-back and slammed his side's third past the goalkeeper.When the latter were realigned or made anew they often met the earlier roads at a sharp angle on the parish boundaries.I met them leeward of the middle vehicle, where they lent a hand to tip the wheelbarrow into a stable position.Officer Bass said he has met with protective agency workers in an attempt to improve communications.
Met, thethe MetMet, the /met/ noun informal  1 the Metropolitan Museum of Arts in New York2 the Metropolitan Opera in New York