Definition of 'rendezvous'
Example sentences containing 'rendezvous'
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The platoon manoeuvres Doc towards the rendezvous point. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The drunken thrill of a secret rendezvous sinks into sober morning guilt. Times, Sunday Times (2008)More than one in three rendezvous then. The Sun (2008)The rendezvous had been arranged by radio message via third parties. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Special forces commandos melted into the jungle around the planned rendezvous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That he had planned a rendezvous with a British officer. Man of Honour (2007)Once over the top, she planned to rendezvous with her lover in a hire car. The Sun (2013)In the morning, the remainder met at the rendezvous point. The Scottish Regiments (1993)The pair meet, have secret rendezvous and sing love songs to each other. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The next day they exchanged steamy texts too explicit to publish - and fixed another rendezvous. The Sun (2009)But as she arranges another rendezvous with her enigmatic stranger, things spiral further out of control. The Sun (2016)Or maybe she forgot to mention she'd invited some photographers to record their romantic rural rendezvous. The Sun (2011)The following year he began writing to her to try to arrange a rendezvous when he visited Europe. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I arranged a rendezvous and left them to it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When she did not arrive at an agreed rendezvous point, he alerted a park ranger who raised the alarm. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THERE was no need to organise any kind of illicit rendezvous when The Sun set out to buy legal highs. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'rendezvous'
British English: rendezvous /ˈrɒndɪˌvuː/ NOUN
A rendezvous is a meeting, often a secret one, that you have arranged with someone for a particular time and place.
I decided to keep my rendezvous with him.
- American English: rendezvous
- Arabic: مَوْعِد
- Brazilian Portuguese: encontro marcado
- Chinese: 约会
- Croatian: sastanak
- Czech: schůzka
- Danish: rendezvous
- Dutch: rendez-vous
- European Spanish: encuentro
- Finnish: tapaaminen sovittu kohtaaminen
- French: rendez-vous
- German: Rendezvous
- Greek: ραντεβού
- Italian: appuntamento
- Japanese: 会う約束
- Korean: 랑데부
- Norwegian: stevnemøte
- Polish: randka
- European Portuguese: encontro marcado
- Romanian: întâlnire
- Russian: встреча
- Spanish: encuentro
- Swedish: möte
- Thai: การนัดพบตามเวลาที่นัดไว้
- Turkish: randevu
- Ukrainian: побачення
- Vietnamese: cuộc hẹn bí mật
Definition of rendezvous from the Collins English Dictionary
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