meet up 约会碰头，见面
Wanna meet up tonight?
OK，let's meet up here at 8.
1. If two or more people 【meet】, they go to the same place, which they have earlier arranged to do, so that they can talk or do something together. 会见
We could meet for a drink after work.
【meet up 同 meet】
Last night, when he was parking my car, he met up with a buddy he had at Stanford.
We tend to meet up for lunch once a week.
2. If you 【meet】 someone, you happen to be in the same place as them and start talking to them. You may know the other person, but be surprised to see them, or you may not know them at all. 遇见
I have just met the man I want to spend the rest of my life with.
He's the kindest and sincerest person I've ever met.
3. V-T You use 【meet】 in expressions such as "Pleased to meet you" and "Nice to have met you" when you want to politely say hello or goodbye to someone you have just met for the first time. 认识（套语）
"Jennifer," Miss Mallory said, "this is Leigh Taylor."—"Pleased to meet you," Jennifer said.
“珍妮弗，“马洛里小姐说，“这位是利·泰勒。“ —“很高兴认识你，“ 珍妮弗说道。
4. V-T If you meet someone at or off their train, plane, or bus, you go to the station, airport, or bus stop in order to be there when they arrive. 迎接
Mama met me at the station.
Lily and my father met me off the boat.
5. If you meet with someone, you have a meeting with them. (与…) 会晤
Most of the lawmakers who met with the president yesterday said they backed the mission.