There are different semantic meanings behind "to meet" which may have different synonyms or different translations into various languages. Would anybody care to comment?
- To meet by arrangemet
- Let's meet at the station at 9 o'clock.
- To meet by accident
- Guess who I met at the supermarket today?
- Fancy meeting you here!
- To converge
- The two roads meet at an intersection.
- To satisfy
- This proposal meets my requirements.
Originally I was only thinking about #1 and #2 but Babelfish translates "meet" into Spanish "satisfacer" (#4) whereas I always use "encontrar". Interestingly, whenever I use "encontrar" it sounds funny to me because it also means "find" which makes me wonder if there's a better Spanish word for meeting by arrangement... — Hippietrail 00:43, 29 Sep 2004 (UTC)
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- Dunno, how good are you at kissing? Mglovesfun (talk) 08:48, 9 August 2010 (UTC)