Definitions

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  • adj. possible to meet face-to-face
  • adj. reachable, able to be met or reached.

Etymologies

meet +‎ -able (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • And here we all are, striving to meet a standard that is, in fact, un-meetable.

    Ditto, Lori!

  • In any case, producers need to realize that the longer someone waits for an answer to an open question, the more grandiose and therefore un-meetable the expectations.

    Good News, Bad News

  • As Pershing said in Bonn, "If we set a target that is un-meetable technically, or we can't pass it politically, then we're in the same position we are in now -- where the world looks to us and we are out of the regime."

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  • But if we set a target that is un-meetable technically, or we can't pass it politically, then we're in the same position we are in now … where the world looks to us and we are out of the regime.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • But if we had put a target that is technically a-meetable, or we cannot pass it politically, then we are in the same place in that we are now. where the world appearances to us and we are out of the regime.

    Mini-ITX, Nano-ITX and Pico-ITX related news

  • But if we set a target that is un-meetable technically, or we can't pass it politically, then we're in the same position we are in now ... where the world looks to us and we are out of the regime.

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