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    "meet-ups"



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    I checked the Free Dictionary looking for "meet-ups" but I just found that it functions as a verb. I do think that "meet up" and "break the ice" are synonyms for each other, arenít they? Will you simplify its meaning, please?

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    Re: "meet-ups"

    Meet-up.
    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    . I do think that "meet up" and "break the ice" are synonyms for each other, aren’t they?
    No.

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    Re: "meet-ups"



    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    Meet-up.
    No.
    Yes, thank you. I didnít pay close attention to the conjunction or; "used to connect different possibilities". Again, thank you.

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    Re: "meet-ups"

    You need to bookmark the One Look Dictionary Search.

    See meet-up (noun) in Dictionary.com.

    Rover

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