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rendezvousnoun [C]

 us   /ˈrɑn·dɪˌvu, -deɪ-/ (plural rendezvous  /ˈrɑn·dɪˌvuz, -deɪ-/ )
a ​meeting at a ​particularplace and ​time: a ​secret rendezvous A rendezvous is also a ​particularplace where ​people often ​meet: This ​restaurant is a ​popular rendezvous for ​localartists.
rendezvous
verb [I]  us   /ˈrɑn·dɪˌvu, -deɪ-/
Shall we rendezvous around 6 p.m.?
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rendezvousnoun [C]

uk   /ˈrɒn.deɪ.vuː/  us   /ˈrɑːn-/ (plural rendezvous)
an ​arrangement to ​meet someone, ​especiallysecretly, at a ​particularplace and ​time, or the ​place itself: We have a rendezvous for next ​week, don't we? The ​loversmet at a ​secret rendezvous in the ​park. a ​place where a ​particulargroup of ​people often go or ​meet, by ​arrangement or ​habit: This ​restaurant is a ​popular rendezvous forlocalartists.
rendezvous
verb [I] uk   us  
The ​policearranged to rendezvous withtheirinformant at a ​disusedwarehouse.
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