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meeting
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
meeting /'mi:tiɳ/
  • danh từ
    • (chính trị) cuộc mít tinh, cuộc biểu tình
    • cuộc gặp gỡ, cuộc hội họp, hội nghị
      • to address a meeting: nói chuyện với hội nghị
      • to open a meeting: khai mạc hội nghị
Concise Dictionary
meetings'miːtɪŋ
noun
+a formally arranged gathering
+the social act of assembling for some common purpose
+a small informal social gathering
+a casual or unexpected convergence
+the act of joining together as one
+a place where things merge or flow together (especially rivers)

met|meets|meetingmiːt
noun
+a meeting at which a number of athletic contests are held
verb
+come together
+get together socially or for a specific purpose
+be adjacent or come together
+fill or meet a want or need
+satisfy a condition or restriction
+satisfy or fulfill
+get to know; get acquainted with
+collect in one place
+meet by design; be present at the arrival of
+contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle
+experience as a reaction
+undergo or suffer
+be in direct physical contact with; make contact
adj.
+being precisely fitting and right
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 appointment, engagement, rendezvous, encounter, assignation, tryst, Slang US meet:
She arranged a meeting with her ex-husband.
2 assembly, convention, conference, gathering, congress, conclave, session, congregation, convocation, US caucus, Colloq get-together:
Nominations for next year's officers will be presented at the next meeting
3 convergence, converging, confluence, joining, union, junction, conjunction, intersection:
The earliest settlement was at the meeting of the two rivers.
4 See meet, 7, above.
melancholy
adj.
1 sad, morose, depressed, unhappy, dejected, despondent, blue, downhearted, glum, gloomy, woeful, woebegone, lugubrious, disconsolate, downcast, dispirited, low-spirited, cheerless, crestfallen, chap-fallen, forlorn, heartbroken, mournful, sorrowful, miserable, dismal, Colloq down in the mouth, (down) in the dumps, low:
Harold has been melancholy ever since Lucy left.
n.
2 sadness, sorrow, misery, woe, gloom, unhappiness, blues, moroseness, depression, dejection, dejectedness, despondence, despondency, downheartedness, glumness, gloominess, woefulness, lugubriousness, disconsolateness, dispiritedness, cheerlessness, mournfulness, sorrowfulness, miserableness, dolour, anguish:
Getting Harold's mind off his problems may relieve his melancholy.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [C] an occasion when people come together to discuss or decide sth: to have / hold / call / attend a meeting + The meeting will be held in the school hall. + a committee / staff meeting + What time is the meeting? + Helen will chair the meeting (= be in charge of it). + I'll be in a meeting all morning-can you take my calls? + a meeting of the United Nations Security Council + The meeting was postponed.
2 (the meeting) [sing.] the people at a meeting: The meeting voted to accept the pay offer.
3 [C] a situation in which two or more people meet together, because they have arranged it or by chance: At our first meeting I was nervous. + It was a chance meeting that would change my life. + He remembered their childhood meetings with nostalgia. + The meeting of father and son after so long was a joyous occasion.
4 [C] a sports event or set of races, especially for horses: an athletics meeting + The horse has won at all of his previous meetings this season.
Idioms: a meeting of minds a close understanding between people with similar ideas, especially when they meet to do sth or meet for the first time: a meeting of minds between the two artists
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 when people come together to discuss/decide sth

ADJ.

frequent, regular | annual, biennial, half-yearly, monthly, quarterly, weekly, etc. | all-day, hour-long, two-hour, etc. | afternoon, breakfast, lunchtime, weekend, etc. | full, plenary | formal, informal | inaugural | mass | open-air | open, public | closed, private | secret | joint
Management have called a joint meeting with staff and unions.
| general
The society is holding its Annual General Meeting in the conference room next Monday.
| face-to-face, personal | bilateral, trilateral, tripartite | high-level, summit, top-level | exploratory, initial, introductory, preliminary, preparatory | follow-up | extraordinary, special | crisis, emergency, urgent | crucial, decisive, key, vital | impromptu | pre-inquiry, pre-session, pre-summit, etc. | post-election, post-results, etc. | board, cabinet, committee, council, departmental, family, ministerial, shareholders', staff, team, union | inter-governmental, inter-ministerial, inter-party, inter-tribal, etc. | business | political | discussion | protest | prayer | brief | endless, interminable, long
We had endless meetings about the problem. The meeting seemed interminable.
| angry, difficult, stormy | fruitless, inconclusive | successful, valuable

QUANT.

series

VERB + MEETING

have, hold | arrange, call, convene, organize, schedule, summon
The committee has called a meeting to discuss the president's death.
| attend | declare open, open
The chairman declared the meeting open.
| close, declare closed | adjourn, break up | call off, cancel | postpone | host | chair, conduct, preside over
I've got to chair a meeting tomorrow.
| call to order
The chairman called the meeting to order.
| participate in | address
He always spoke as if he were addressing a public meeting.
| ban | boycott | disrupt

MEETING + VERB

go ahead, take place
It is unclear whether the meeting will go ahead as planned.
| be aimed at sth
a meeting aimed at restoring peace in the region
| begin, open, proceed, start | adjourn
The meeting adjourned for coffee at eleven.
| break up
The meeting broke up after a row over whether to allow cameras in.
| close, end
The meeting closed on a sour note.
| vote
The meeting voted 423?133 in favour of a strike.
| discuss sth | agree to sth, approve sth | condemn sth | urge sth
This meeting urges the company to reconsider its decision to close the factory.
| express sth
The meeting expressed concern that the problem had still not been addressed.
| hear sth
The meeting heard that two workers had been sacked on the spot with no official reason given.
| conclude sth, decide sth, resolve sth | drag (on)
The meeting dragged into the early hours of the next day.

MEETING + NOUN

house, place

PREP.

in a/the ~
I'm afraid Mrs Haley is in a meeting at the moment.
| ~ about
a meeting about the plans for a new road
| ~ between
a meeting between tutors and students
| ~ for
a meeting for parents
| ~ over
Directors called a crisis meeting over the future of the company.
| ~ with
a meeting with French officials

PHRASES

the purpose of a meeting, the minutes of a meeting
The secretary circulated the minutes of the previous week's meeting to all committee members.
| the outcome/result of a meeting

2 coming together of two or more people

ADJ.

accidental, chance, unexpected | fateful | clandestine, secret | historic, unprecedented | emotional | romantic

VERB + MEETING

have

PREP.

~ with
I had a chance meeting with an old schoolfriend last week.



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