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Comprehensive English-Chinese Dictionary (1 result)

greet [griːt]
  1. 1. vt. 欢迎迎接
  2. 2. vt. 致意问候
  3. 3. vt. 回应,对……作出反应
    The president was greeted with catcalls.
  4. 4. vt. 觉察,使受到注意
    Loud music greeted him when he entered the apartment.

Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (1 result)

greet [ɡrit]
  1. 1. verb to behave in a polite or friendly way toward someone when you meet them
  2. 2. verb to react to an action or news in a particular way
  3. 3. verb if you are greeted by a sight, sound, or smell, it is the first thing that you notice

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A friendly face and a wealth of knowledge will greet you at that Tourist Information Centre.
Do I have to stay to greet them, or I can go play with my friends?
Both them had come out to greet their guest.
She would greet him with a stream of good-natured abuse.
He leapt out of his office to greet the new postgraduates.
Mick leapt up from his chair to greet her with a kiss on each cheek.
Tom gravely steps forward to greet us.
My duties weren't onerous; I only had to greet the guests.
Susan and I rose early in Stone Harbor the following morning and went to the beach to ' greet the ocean ', as my wife always says. [Source: Web Examples ]
At the wedding reception, the bride and groom greet their guests. [Source: Web Examples ]

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