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  • Hi Laxmidhar. These phrases, along with others like ‘Pleased to meet you’ or ‘It’s a pleasure to meet you’ mean the same thing and differ only in frequency and/or level of formality. ‘Nice to meet you’ is much more frequently used than ‘glad to meet you’. ‘Glad to meet you’ seems to me a little more enthusiastic, as ‘glad’ is a stronger word than ‘nice’. But they mean the same and can be used interchangeably.