have you met

have you met

A phrase used when introducing people. I'm sorry, have you met? Carly, this is Tom. Tom, have you met Carly?
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Have you met (someone?)

a question asked when introducing someone to someone else. (The question need not be answered. The someone is usually a person's name.) Tom: Hello, Mary. Have you met Fred? Mary: Hello, Fred. Glad to meet you. Fred: Glad to meet you, Mary. Tom: Hey, Mary! Good to see you. Have you met Fred? Mary: No, I don't believe I have. Hello, Fred. Glad to meet you. Fred: Hello, Mary.
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