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noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 面会

noun, suru verb
  1. meeting (face-to-face); seeing; visit; interview

Definition and Synonyms for 面会

Interview discuss formally with (somebody) for the purpose of an evaluation
Synonyms: 会見, 会談, 面会, 面接, 面談
Call a brief social visit
Synonyms: おとなう, 来臨, 来訪, 訪い, 訪れ, 訪れる, 訪問, 面会
See receive as a specified guest
Synonyms: 対面, 対面, 相見る, 面会, 面晤
Run Into come together
Synonyms: あう, 会す, 会す, 会する, 会わす, 会遇, 出くわす, 出会, 出会い, 出会う, めぐり合う, かち合う, 御目文字, 相見る, 臨む, 落ち合う, 逢着, 遭逢, 遭遇, 際会, 面会, 顔を合わせる
See go to see for professional or business reasons
Synonyms: あう, かかる, 会す, 会す, 会する, 会わす, 対面, 対面, 対顔, 御目文字, お目にかかる, 目見え, 相見る, 面会, 面晤
Audience a conference (usually with someone important)
Synonyms: 会見, 会談, 拝謁, 謁見, 面会, 面接, 面談

Meanings for each kanji in 面会

» mask; face; features; surface
» meeting; meet; party; association; interview; join

Categories 面会 is a member of

Converse carry on a conversation
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Visit the act of going to see some person or place or thing for a short time
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Take In express willingness to have in one's home or environs
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Call pay a brief visit
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Conference a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 面会

Sample Sentences for 面会

A Mr Marconi wants to see you.
No visitor can remain in the hospital after 9 p.m.
You can't see him because he is engaged.
A person named Miller wants to see you.
Of course it's difficult to gain access to the Prime Minister.

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