mete definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To circulate by or as though by measure; allot: mete out justice.
    • Archaic Determine.
    • To find the volume, proportions, or capacity of, by any rule or standard; determine.
  • noun:
    • A boundary range; a limit.
    • A boundary or any other restriction; a boundary-marker; simple.
    • Meat.
    • Measure; restriction; boundary; -- utilized mainly in the plural, plus in the term metes and bounds.
    • Measure.
    • Computation; estimate; measure.
    • Limitation; limit: into the phrase metes and bounds (hardly ever when you look at the single mete and bound).
    • An abbreviation of Metallurgical Engineer.
    • a line that shows a boundary
  • verb:
    • determine.
    • To dispense, measure (out), allot (especially discipline, reward etc.).
    • to generally meet.
    • To dream; in addition impersonally.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To measure.
  • others:
    • to determine the number, proportions, extent, or capacity of, in comparison with a typical; measure.
    • To circulate or apportion by measure; measure or offer (out); dole.
    • is a measure of; serve for identifying or articulating the extent, quantity, or capability of.
    • To take measure or range; aim.
    • To dream: usually used impersonally: since, me personally mette, I dreamed.
    • Hence To lose the employment of an individual's senses; be out of your mind.
    • To dream.
    • To color.
    • An obsolete as a type of meet.
    • An obsolete type of meet.

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