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rendezvous

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈrɒn.deɪ.vuː/ US  /ˈrɑːn-/ ( plural rendezvous)
an arrangement to meet someone, especially secretly, at a particular place and time, or the place itself
(尤指秘密的)约会,会面
We have a rendezvous for next week, don't we?
我们下周有个约会,是不是?
The lovers met at a secret rendezvous in the park.
恋人们在公园中偷偷约会。
Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
a place where a particular group of people often go or meet, by arrangement or habit
约会地点;会面地点;经常出没的场所
This restaurant is a popular rendezvous for local artists.
这家饭店是当地艺术家喜欢的聚会地点。
Visiting
rendezvous
 
 
verb [I]
The police arranged to rendezvous with their informant at a disused warehouse.
警察安排和线人在一个废弃不用的仓库会面。
Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
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