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met

 (mĕt)
v.
Past tense and past participle of meet1.

met

(mɛt)
vb
the past tense and past participle of meet1

Met

(mɛt)
n
1. (Law) (in Britain) the Metropolitan Police Force: the main police force serving London
2. (Named Buildings) the Metropolitan Museum of Art (in New York)

met

(mɛt)

v.
pt. and pp. of meet 1 .

Met

methionine.

met-

var. of meta- before a vowel: metempsychosis.

met.

1. metaphor.
2. metaphysics.
3. meteorological; meteorology.
Translations

Met

n (inf)
(US) abbr of Metropolitan Opera CompanyMetropolitan (Oper) f
(US) abbr of Metropolitan Museum of Art Kunstmuseum in New York
(Brit) abbr of Metropolitan Police
References in classic literature ?
Conway spoke of this agreement, I met him one day, walking slowly down Montgomery street, apparently, from his abstracted air, in deep thought.
Pickwick among the number, met each other in the pump room, took their quarter of a pint, and walked constitutionally.
I met my mates in the morning (and, oh, but I am old
It was only at dusk, when the place was ours, and after General Baird himself had found the dead body of Tippoo under a heap of the slain, that Herncastle and I met.
As we approached this magnificent pile we were met by a party of officers who greeted us warmly and requested that Tars Tarkas and his jeds with the jeddaks and jeds of his wild allies, together with myself, dismount and accompany them to receive from Tardos Mors an expression of his gratitude for our services.
My mother," Vronsky responded, smiling, as everyone did who met Oblonsky.
At this reception we met many Americans, among them Justices Fuller and Harlan, of the United States Supreme Court.
I told you I had met with a disappointment which had broken me for life.
When Darzac went to Epinay, expecting to find Ballmeyer or Larsan there, he was met by an accomplice of Larsan's, and kept waiting until such time as the "coincidence" could be established.
The feud between the families dated from that tempest in the provincial teapot, and the surplus of votes on the wrong side was the reason why, thirty years after, Ursula had to meet her lover by stealth if she met him at all.
The girl we go to meet is the girl we have met before.
As he was going out, he met Passepartout, who asked him if it would not be well, before taking the train, to purchase some dozens of Enfield rifles and Colt's revolvers.