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French translation of “rendezvous”

rendezvous

noun /ˈrondivuː/ (plural rendezvous /-vuː/)
an agreement to meet someone somewhere
rendez-vous
They had made a rendezvous to meet at midnight.
the place where such a meeting is to be
rendez-vous
The park was the lovers’ usual rendezvous.
the meeting itself
rendez-vous
The rendezvous took place at midnight.
a place where a certain group of people meet or go regularly
rendez-vous
This pub is the rendezvous for the local artists and poets.
(Definition of rendezvous from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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