Idiom:  meet up (with someone)

Meaning

Idiom:  meet up (with someone)

  • to see someone in person or join someone for an activity


Example sentences

  • I’m going to meet up with some of my old classmates after work if you want to join me.
  • My parents and I usually meet up once a month on Sundays for brunch.
  • I can't remember the last time we got together. Let's meet up for lunch next week.
  • My husband and I met up with our neighbors last night to discuss starting a Neighborhood Watch program.
  • If you want to improve your English conversation skills I suggest you join MeetUp.com where you can find like-minded people to meet up with.
  • Shall we meet up for coffee to discuss our presentation before the meeting Friday?
  • My kids tried to meet up in Europe this summer but my son's train to Rome was canceled and he arrived a day after my daughter left.
  • You're going to meet up with your ex-boyfriend for a drink? I'm not sure Ethan will like that... unless you invite him to go with you.

Synonyms

  • hang out
  • hang around
  • come together
  • do lunch


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