A coming together; an assembling; as, the meeting of Congress.
A junction, crossing, or union; as, the meeting of the roads or of two rivers.
A congregation; a collection of people; a convention; as, a large meeting; an harmonious meeting.
An assembly for worship; as, to attend meeting on Sunday; -- in England, applied distinctively and disparagingly to the worshiping assemblies of Dissenters.
A gathering for business, educational, or social purposes. Associations often use the term to refer to a combination of educational sessions and exhibits.
An assembly of computer experts coming together to decide what person or department not represented in the room must solve the problem.
n.: An assembly of people coming together to decide what person or department not represented in the room must solve a problem.
Has several meanings, when a group of Friends meet to worship in silence (often on a Sunday morning - often called Meeting for Worship); the members and attenders who go that meeting.
When pre-cooked materials are put together, usually with some additional seasoning, and cooked together, usually by simple boiling, the process is called meeting. Of two quantities of things, it is the thing of the smaller quantity which is said to meet the other, for example Shrimp Cakes Meet Celery Cabbage.
Level: Occurrence An assembly or gathering of people exchanging knowledge for some common purpose in a limited period of time (time-unity: days). includes expert meetings, workshops, masterclasses.
a formally arranged gathering; "next year the meeting will be in Chicago"; "the meeting elected a chairperson"
a small informal social gathering; "there was an informal meeting in my livingroom"
the act of joining together as one; "the merging of the two groups occurred quickly"; "there was no meeting of minds"
a place where things merge or flow together (especially rivers); "Pittsburgh is located at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers"
a business activity where select people gather to perform work that requires a team effort
a coming together of people for a specific purpose
a gathering of a number of people who have come together to be instructed by a speaker about a certain topic
a gathering of people and resources in a certain place on a certain day between certain start and end times
a gathering of people to present or exchange information, plan joint activities, make decisions, or carry out actions already agreed upon
a gathering of two or more people for the purpose of discussing common topics/problems or resolving specific issues
a gathering where people speak up, say nothing, then all disagree
a great place to do this - you get a variety of people with a variety of experiences, knowledge and perspectives together to ensure that the best possible solution is identified and that all of the important considerations have been taken into account
a group of people who come together because of a (supposedly) common goal
an event designed to bring people together for the purpose of exchanging information or carrying out an activity
an occasion where people get together, some to say what they do not think and other to not say what they really do
an opportunity to bring people together to create a greater intelligence and energy to tackle a problem or an opportunity
a number of people assembled together, usually at a prestated date and time, to discuss a topic for the purpose of presenting information, swaying opinion, formulating a decision, practicing a skill, and/or developing a plan of action
an unlawful assembly which either disturbs the peace, or inspires reasonable persons in its neighbourhood with a fear that it will cause a breach of the peace
a performance, an act to convince people of their own importance
a unique opportunity to meet and talk with like minded professionals in the Sheet Plant sector
a workshop on Active Noise and Vibration Control
A gathering of people to conduct business.
A gathering of elected officials set or called in accordance with prescribed laws of character provisions and where business may be transacted.
(a) Often written with a small 'm', as in 'meeting for worship'. This refers to Quakers meeting together to worship God, waiting in silence. This may have a special purpose such as a meeting for worship for the solemnisation of marriage or a meeting for worship in thanksgiving for the life of a Friend. (b) When written with a capital 'M' it usually means a particular group (local, regional or national) of Quakers, e.g. West Kent Monthly Meeting.
An official gathering of an organization where business can legally take place.
In a meeting, two or more people come together for the purpose of discussing a (usually) predetermined topic, often in a formalized setting.