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Meet up and meet
We can meet at a restaurant.
We can meet up for a coffee at a restaurant.
Sometimes friends meet at a restaurant. I am used to saying we can meet at a restaurant.
Should it be meet up?
Re: Meet up and meet
'Meet' on its own is quite sufficient', though 'meet up (with)' is quite common.
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