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I can't meet you on that matter



 
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I can't meet you on that matter #1 (permalink) Wed May 04, 2005 10:30 am   I can't meet you on that matter
 

Test No. incompl/inter-71 "How to disagree", question 7

There's absolutely no way I can ......... you on that matter.

(a) meet
(b) hold
(c) take
(d) find

Test No. incompl/inter-71 "How to disagree", answer 7

There's absolutely no way I can meet you on that matter.

Correct answer: (a) meet

Your answer was: incorrect
There's absolutely no way I can hold you on that matter.
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I can't meet you on that matter #2 (permalink) Wed May 04, 2005 14:49 pm   I can't meet you on that matter
 

It means to agree with somebody on an issue.

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