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Bump Into ( one's body accidentally hits another; one did not plan to meet the other ... )

"Bump Into"

Bumping into a person is seeing that person at a time or place when you did not plan to see that person.

Example: "I saw you with Jane at the supermarket." Reply: "Yes, we just bumped into each other."

Example: "When you go out at night, you never know who you are going to bump into."

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