meet with

meet with
1.
Find, meet, light on, fall upon, fall in with, happen upon, come to.
2.
Suffer, be subjected to, be exposed to, encounter.
3.
Join, unite in company.
4.
Obviate.

New dictionary of synonyms. 2014.

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