meet\ requirements

nõudeile vastama, nõudeid täitma

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  • meet — ▪ I. meet meet 1 [miːt] verb met PTandPP [met] [intransitive, transitive] 1. to get together with another person to discuss something: • The directors met again yesterday evening to discuss the crisis. • The committee meets once a month …   Financial and business terms

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  • meet — 1. verb 1) I met an old friend on the train Syn: encounter, meet up with, come face to face with, run into, run across, come across/upon, chance on, happen on, stumble across/on; informal bump into 2) she first met Paul at a party Syn …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • meet — I. verb (met; meeting) Etymology: Middle English meten, from Old English mētan; akin to Old English gemōt assembly more at moot Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to come into the presence of ; find …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • meet — /mi:t/ verb 1. to be satisfactory for something ● We must have a product which meets our requirements. ♦ we will try to meet your price we will try to offer a price which is acceptable to you ♦ they failed to meet the deadline they were not able… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • meet the criteria — satisfy the requirements, be suitable …   English contemporary dictionary

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