rendezvous

rendezvous
[[t]rɒ̱ndeɪvuː[/t]]
rendezvousing, rendezvoused
(The form rendezvous is pronounced [[t]rɒ̱ndeɪvuːz[/t]] when it is the plural of the noun or the third person singular of the verb.)
1) N-COUNT A rendezvous is a meeting, often a secret one, that you have arranged with someone for a particular time and place.

I had almost decided to keep my rendezvous with Tony.

2) N-COUNT A rendezvous is the place where you have arranged to meet someone, often secretly.

Their rendezvous would be the Penta Hotel at Heathrow Airport.

3) V-RECIP If you rendezvous with someone or if the two of you rendezvous, you meet them at a time and place that you have arranged.

[V with n] The plan was to rendezvous with him on Sunday afternoon...

[pl-n V] She wondered where they were going to rendezvous afterwards.

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