"It is a pleasure to meet you."
Translation:Estas plezure renkonti vin.
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I'm not sure about the reason for it, linguistically speaking, but it is infinitive in this English sentence as well, as it is in most any other language I know of in this context. It might be because you are, as it were, talking about the act in a general sense, almost without considering yourself in the proposal: meeting you is a pleasure. That's just speculation, though. Best I can say is, it commonly is infinitive in this context in languages.