[mey-tyey, mey-tyey] /ˈmeɪ tyeɪ, meɪˈtyeɪ/
a field of work; occupation, trade, or profession.
a field of work or other activity in which one has special ability or training; forte.
a profession or trade, esp that to which one is well suited
a person’s strong point or speciality
“skill, talent, calling,” 1792, from French métier “trade, profession,” from Old French mestier “task, affair, service, function, duty,” from Gallo-Romance *misterium, from Latin ministerium “office, service,” from minister “servant” (see minister (n.)).
noun 1. the time a person has to himself or herself, in which to do something for his or her own enjoyment
[meet] /mit/ verb (used with object), meted, meting. 1. to distribute or apportion by measure; allot; dole (usually followed by out): to mete out punishment. 2. Archaic. to measure. /miːt/ verb (transitive) 1. (usually foll by out) (formal) to distribute or allot (something, often unpleasant) verb, noun 2. (poetic, dialect) (to) measure /miːt/ noun 1. […]
[mee-tis] /ˈmi tɪs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a Titaness, the daughter of Oceanus and Tethys and the mother of Athena by Zeus. Zeus swallowed Metis, and Athena was born from his head. [mey-tees, -tee] /meɪˈtis, -ˈti/ noun, plural métis [mey-tees, -teez] /meɪˈtis, -ˈtiz/ (Show IPA) 1. any person of mixed ancestry. 2. (initial capital letter) […]
[mee-tis] /ˈmi tɪs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a Titaness, the daughter of Oceanus and Tethys and the mother of Athena by Zeus. Zeus swallowed Metis, and Athena was born from his head. /mɛˈtiːs/ noun (pl) -tis (-ˈtiːs; -ˈtiːz) 1. a person of mixed parentage 2. (Canadian) 3. (US) a person having one eighth Black ancestry; […]