A Pleasure To Make Your Acquaintance

pluralacquaintances
ˈkweɪntn̩s/

It's A Pleasure To Make Your E-acquaintance

  1. It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance. = (less formally) it's nice to meet you She made the acquaintance of =she met a man from the city.
  2. Pleasure to Make Your Acquaintance! I'd like to take some time to introduce myself! I'm the newest addition to the North American Community Team, Sicycre (pronounced 'Psy Seeker').
pluralacquaintances

Define make acquaintance. Make acquaintance synonyms, make acquaintance pronunciation, make acquaintance translation, English dictionary definition of make acquaintance. Knowledge of a person acquired by a relationship less intimate than friendship. A relationship based on such knowledge: struck up an. It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance. 1.9 secs A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Wide Window 1 - S01E05 It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance.

1 [count]:someone who is known but who is not a close friend
  • Is he an acquaintance of yours? [=have you met him?]
  • She ran into an old acquaintance at the grocery store.
  • My wife and I met through a mutual acquaintance. [=a friend introduced us to each other]
  • friends and acquaintances
2 [noncount]A Pleasure To Make Your Acquaintanceformal:the state of knowing someone in a personal or social way:

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the state of knowing someone as an acquaintance
  • our family's close acquaintance with our neighbors
  • It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance. [=(less formally) it's nice to meet you]
  • She made the acquaintance of [=she met] a man from the city.
  • She struck up an acquaintance with a man from the city.
  • a doctor of my acquaintance [=a doctor that I know]
  • He seemed cold on/at first acquaintance [=when I first met him], but later I realized that he was just shy.
  • He seemed cold at first, but on closer/further acquaintance I realized that he was just shy.
3 :knowledge about something+ with
  • She has only a nodding/slight/superficial acquaintance with the facts of the case. [=she knows only a little about the facts of the case]
  • He has more than a passing acquaintance with wine. [=he knows a lot about wine]
  • While he has some acquaintance with the subject, he is not an expert.
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It's Been A Pleasure To Make Your Acquaintance

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A Pleasure To Make Your Acquaintance Meaning

  • Her long acquaintanceship [=acquaintance] with sorrow began when her young husband died.
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