[meer; Dutch meyr] /mɪər; Dutch meɪr/
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[meer-kat] /ˈmɪər kæt/ noun 1. . /ˈmɪəˌkæt/ noun 1. any of several South African mongooses, esp Suricata suricatta (slender-tailed meerkat or suricate), which has a lemur-like face and four-toed feet n. late 15c., “monkey,” from Dutch meerkat “monkey” (related to Old High German mericazza), apparently from meer “lake” + kat “cat.” But cf. Hindi markat, […]
[meer-shuh m, -shawm] /ˈmɪər ʃəm, -ʃɔm/ noun 1. a mineral, hydrous magnesium silicate, H 4 Mg 2 Si 3 O 1 0 , occurring in white, claylike masses, used for ornamental carvings, for pipe bowls, etc.; sepiolite. 2. a tobacco pipe with a bowl made of this substance. /ˈmɪəʃəm/ noun 1. Also called sepiolite. a […]
[meer-uh t] /ˈmɪər ət/ noun 1. a city in W Uttar Pradesh, in N India. /ˈmɪərət/ noun 1. an industrial city in N India, in W Uttar Pradesh: founded as a military base by the British in 1806 and scene of the first uprising (1857) of the Indian Mutiny. Pop: 1 074 229 (2001)
[meet] /mit/ verb (used with object), met, meeting. 1. to come upon; come into the presence of; encounter: I would meet him on the street at unexpected moments. 2. to become acquainted with; be introduced to: I’ve never met your cousin. 3. to join at an agreed or designated place or time: Meet me in […]