I'd like you to meet (someone)(redirected from I'd like you to meet one)
I'd like you to meet (someone)
A phrase used when introducing two people. Hey, come here—I'd like you to meet my co-worker Janet. Elizabeth, I'd like you to meet my mom.
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I would like you to meet someone.and I would like to introduce you to someone.
an expression used to introduce one person to another. (The word someone can be used as the someone.) Mary: I would like you to meet my Uncle Bill. Sally: Hello, Uncle Bill. Nice to meet you. Tom: I would like to introduce you to Bill Franklin. John: Hello, Bill. Glad to meet you. Bill: Glad to meet you, John.
I'd like (for) you to meet someone.
an expression used to introduce someone to someone else. (The someone can be a person's name, the name of a relationship, or the word someone.) Tom: Sue, I'd like you to meet my brother, Bill. Sue: Hi, Bill. How are you? Bill: Great! How are you? Bob: Hello, Fred. I'd like for you to meet someone. This is Bill. Fred: Hello, Bill. I'm glad to meet you. Bill: Hello, Fred. My pleasure.
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