Translation:I met a lot of famous people at the party.
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I'll add to this, just for fun. You can find something if you are looking for it, whether it is hiding or not. Encountered is also a good choice, or came across. Wouldn't it be a simpler but duller world if there were only one way to say something. Good bye, literature.
Before a noun you follow "a lot" with the preposition 'of'' but after a noun you use it without the 'of.' Examples: 'I like it a lot' or I like them a lot' but "I like a lot of them." or "there are a lot of animals in the zoo." and they feed them a lot." Just a usage convention. They mean basically the same thing