a person who works for a service that greets and assists travelers upon their arrival at the airport
[haf-wey, hahf-] /ˈhæfˈweɪ, ˈhɑf-/ adverb 1. to half the distance; to midpoint: The rope reaches only halfway. 2. almost; nearly; just about: He halfway surrendered to their demands. adjective 3. midway, as between two places or points. 4. going to or covering only half or part of the full extent: halfway measures. Idioms 5. meet […]
[mee-ting] /ˈmi tɪŋ/ noun 1. the act of coming together: a chance meeting in the park. 2. an assembly or conference of persons for a specific purpose: a ten o’clock business meeting. 3. the body of persons present at an assembly or conference: to read a report to the meeting. 4. a hostile encounter; duel. […]
noun 1. a house or building for religious worship. 2. a house of worship for Quakers. noun 1. the place in which certain religious groups, esp Quakers, hold their meetings for worship 2. (NZ) Also called wharepuni. a large Māori tribal hall n. also meetinghouse, 1630s, from meeting (n.) + house (n.).
- Meeting of the minds
Agreement, concord, as in The teachers and the headmaster had a meeting of the minds regarding smoking in school. This expression uses meet in the sense of “arrive at mutual agreement,” as clergyman Edward B. Pusey did in a letter of 1851: “Devout minds, of every school … meet at least in this.”