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

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

A phrase used when one meets someone for the first time. Very glad to meet you—I'm Ted. A: "This is my cousin, John." B: "Glad to meet you."
See also: glad, meet

(I'm) (very) glad to meet you.

a polite expression said to a person to whom one has just been introduced. (See also (I'm) pleased to meet you.) Mary: I'd like you to meet my brother, Tom. Bill: I'm very glad to meet you, Tom. Jane: Hi! I'm Jane. Bob: Glad to meet you. I'm Bob.
See also: glad, meet
References in classic literature ?
'Ho, Miss Linton!' cried a deep voice (the rider's), 'I'm glad to meet you. Don't be in haste to enter, for I have an explanation to ask and obtain.'
Arthur went across to the King who put his hand out and said: "I'm glad to meet you my boy, I've got something for you."
"I'm glad to meet you and see your high determination which also makes your people and country glad.
"I had been hoping we would embrace and she would say: 'I'm glad to meet you,' but none of that happened."
"I'm glad to meet you now, though we're brokenhearted."