nice to meet you


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(It's) nice to meet you.

an expression said just after being introduced to someone. Tom: Sue, this is my sister, Mary. Sue: It's nice to meet you, Mary. Mary: How are you, Sue? Bob: I'm Bob. Nice to see you here. Jane: Nice to meet you, Bob.
See also: meet, nice
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