Collocations with the Verb ‘Meet’

Meet a deadline – finish work at the previously agreed time.

Ex: All department was under stress, but we managed to meet a deadline.

Meet the needs – provide what is necessary.

Ex: We’re working to meet the needs of our customers in 2020.

Meet someone’s expectations – to be as good as people think someone or something should be.

Ex: The computers we bought from that company didn’t meet our expectations.

Meet someone halfway – to make a compromise.

Ex: Their competitor is ready to meet them halfway by splitting the difference.

Meet someone’s end – to die.

Ex: Don’t drive so fast! I don’t want to meet my end!

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