Why "meet" is used, not "look, watch, see"? What are the different ways to use "meet, look, watch, see"?
"Meet" is used here to introduce a character to the audience. When someone is unfamiliar to others and you are talking about them or want to introduce them, the word "meet" can be used. "Look", "watch", and "see" would not sound natural to use in this context because they all involve physically looking at something whereas "meet" refers to simply greeting someone or becoming familiar with them. To "look", "watch", and "see" are used in context when telling someone to physically look at something and stare at it. Ex: Meet my friend Timothy! Ex: Look at that car, isn't it cool? Ex: Watch this! I'm going to do a backflip.
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