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

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(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."
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(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
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Shaikh Mohammed said: "I am very pleased to meet you again to emphasise our keen interest in communicating with you, listening to you, learning about your conditions and taking care of your interests and affairs in order to elevate the level of service to the nation and nationals.
You can understand Prince William going along, because all star ship adventures have a prince and princess, at the very least, and think how better it will be when meeting aliens in a distant galaxy to be able to say, "I'm very pleased to meet you.
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