|did not meet||Buluşmadım|
|meet the needs||Ihtiyaçlarını karşılamak|
|order to meet||Buluşmak için sipariş|
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Currently only two people from different households can meet up.
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From Monday, the government will begin easing lockdown rules imposed in March and partially reopen schools in England and allow up to six people from different households to meet outside.