I meet my friend every day.
I meet to my friend every day.
I meet with my friend every day.
Is "meet" a transitive, or intransitive, or both?
I'd appreciate your help.
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In U.S. English, "meet" means "encounter." It sometimes means "encounter for the first time."
I met my brother by accident in O'Hare Airport last week.
I met my wife in grade school.
The first does not imply that I never met my brother until last week.
The second does not imply that my wife and I were married while in grade school.
"Meet with a person" usually means "to talk with a person, usually for a purpose."
I met with my boss on the new project.