(I'm) (very) pleased to meet you

(I'm) (very) pleased to meet you

It is a pleasure to make your acquaintance. A formal greeting when meeting someone for the first time. Hi, Mary, pleased to meet you. My daughter has had nothing but good things to say about you. A: "Daniel, allow me to introduce you to my mother, Margaret." B: "I'm very pleased to meet you, ma'am."
See also: meet, please

(I'm) pleased to meet you.

an expression said when introduced to someone. Tom: I'm Tom Thomas. Bill: Pleased to meet you. I'm Bill Franklin. John: Have you met Sally Hill? Bill: I don't believe I've had the pleasure. I'm pleased to meet you, Sally. Sally: My pleasure, Bill.
See also: meet, please

I’m (very) pleased to ˈmeet you

(formal) said when you are meeting somebody for the first time, often as you shake hands: ‘John, this is Dr Savary.’ ‘I’m pleased to meet you.’
See also: meet, please