English-Spanish translations for meet

  • encontrarseTambién fue un buen augurio que decidieran volver a encontrarse pronto. It was also promising that they decided to meet again soon. Yo también me lo pregunto cuando pienso que un argelino puede encontrarse con usted allí. I ask myself the same question, when I think that in France an Algerian could meet you. Sin embargo, la libre circulación es un requisito esencial para que los ciudadanos puedan encontrarse más allá de los límites nacionales. However, free movement is a prerequisite for people to be able to meet across national boundaries.
  • encontrar¿Cómo encontrar la mejor fórmula para enfrentarnos a los desafíos futuros? How do we find the best way to meet future challenges? También recoge las excepciones que nos podemos encontrar. It also contains exceptions that we could meet. Le podrán encontrar en París el viernes. ¡Qué se diviertan! You can meet him on Friday in Paris, and I wish you all a good time!
  • adecuadoTodos los productos tienen que cumplir con los requisitos de calidad adecuados. All products must meet the appropriate quality requirements. Así pues, la PAC debe contar con un presupuesto sólido y con recursos adecuados para poder alcanzar esos objetivos. So, the CAP must have a strong budget and proper resources so as to be able to meet those goals. El plan de medidas propuesto no establece criterios adecuados que se ajusten al Convenio sobre Derechos Humanos. The proposed blanket scheme does not give any proper criteria that would meet the Convention on Human Rights.
  • conocerEn mitines celebrados en la década de los setenta en Madrid, tuve oportunidad de conocer personalmente a su padre. I was personally acquainted with your father and met him at meetings in Madrid in the seventies. Viajar y conocer personas de otras partes del mundo es importante. Travelling and meeting people from other parts of the world is important. No obstante, suele suceder que los miembros del Consejo dan a conocer públicamente detalles de esas reuniones. Despite this, members of the Council repeatedly disclose details of these meetings.
  • cumplir conTodos los productos tienen que cumplir con los requisitos de calidad adecuados. All products must meet the appropriate quality requirements. A este paso, dudo que podamos cumplir con la fecha tope en diciembre. At this rate, it is doubtful whether we shall meet our December deadline. El tiempo se acaba, pero la UE aun tiene la oportunidad de cumplir con esa fecha límite. Time is running short, but the EU still has the chance to meet this deadline.
  • encararUna cosa es segura: los Tratados vigentes ya no nos dotan de medios suficientes para encarar la nueva realidad. One thing is for sure: the current Treaties no longer equip us sufficiently for meeting the new reality. Pero una política europea nos permitirá encarar mejor los retos comunes en el futuro. However, by setting out targets for meeting common challenges in the future, we create added value through a European policy. Señor Presidente, Señorías, apenas terminada la Conferencia Intergubernamental, la Unión deberá encarar de nuevo, en el curso de los próximos meses, desafíos fundamentales. Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, the last intergovernmental conference is barely over but the Union will once again have to meet vital challenges in the coming months.
  • encontrarse (con alguien
  • llenar
  • quedarAsí quedará claro que estamos dispuestos a considerar esto como un día de sesión completo o no. It would then become clear if we would be prepared to consider this a proper meeting or not. Otros Estados quedarán fuera porque no estarán en disposición de cumplir en ese momento los criterios de estabilidad. Other countries will initially remain outside because they cannot yet meet the stability criteria. La fecha de su primera reunión quedará fijada probablemente en el Consejo de Asociación con Marruecos en noviembre. The date of its first meeting will probably be fixed at the Association Council with Morocco in November.
  • reunirLa semana que viene se reunirá el "Cuarteto". Next week the Quartet will meet. El Consejo de Asuntos Exteriores se reunirá de nuevo el próximo lunes. The Foreign Affairs Council will meet again next Monday. Deberíamos reunirnos en una única sede. We should meet at a single location.
  • reunirse¿El Consejo podría reunirse con ellos? Could the Council meet with them? Simplemente para existir y reunirse, por el momento. Just to exist and to meet, for the moment. El Sr. Spring volverá a reunirse con la Sra. Çiller... Mr Spring will be meeting Mrs Çiller again...
  • satisfacerLas reservas sirven para satisfacer la demanda futura. The reserves are there to meet future demand. La oferta propia no es capaz de satisfacer la demanda europea. The indigenous supply cannot meet European demand. No vemos motivo en estos momentos para satisfacer estas exigencias. We see no reason at this time for meeting these demands.

Definition of meet

  • To satisfy; to comply with
  • To balance or come out correct
  • To perceive; to come to a knowledge of; to have personal acquaintance with; to experience; to suffer
  • To be mixed with, to be combined with aspects of
  • A sports competition, especially for track and field or swimming (a swim meet
  • A meeting of two trains in opposite directions on a single track, when one is put into a siding to let the other cross
  • The greatest lower bound, an operation between pairs of elements in a lattice, denoted by the symbol
  • Suitable; right; proper

Examples

  • Fancy meeting you here! Guess who I met at the supermarket today?
  • Lets meet at the station at 9 oclock. Shall we meet at 8 p.m in our favorite chatroom?
  • Im pleased to meet you! Id like you to meet a colleague of mine
  • I met my husband through a mutual friend at a party. It wasnt love at first sight; in fact, we couldnt stand each other at first!
  • I met with them several times. The government ministers met today to start the negotiations
  • England and Holland will meet in the final
  • The two streets meet at a crossroad half a mile away
  • The right wing of the car met the column in the garage, leaving a dent
  • The carpet meets the wall at this side of the room. The forest meets the sea along this part of the coast
  • He met every objection to the trip with another reason I should go.
  • This proposal meets my requirements. The company agrees to meet the cost of any repairs
  • The eye met a horrid sight. He met his fate
  • OK, lets arrange a meet with Tyler and ask him.

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