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“Nice to Meet You” is a common phrase used when meeting a new person/group of people. In the US, It is typically followed by a hand shake or a friendly conversation. Sometimes if the person is connected with a friend or family member it could be followed by a hug or some other embrace. When you’re meeting someone who you’ve already met a typical phrase would be “Nice to see you again”. #NiceToMeetYou
“Hi Nice to Meet You! My name’s Jeff, what’s your name?”
“Nice to Meet You, Alison. Brittany told me all about you.”
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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In matters of etiquette, the proper way to introduce yourself to someone you don't know.
Scott: My name is Scott, and I'll be your ski instructor for today. Nice to meet you.
Peter: Thank you, nice to meet you too.
by AlbertM August 23, 2009
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