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Pronunciation: /ˈrɑːndeɪvuː; ˈrɒndɪvuː; -deɪvuː/

Translation of rendezvous in Spanish:

noun/nombre (plural rendezvous /-z/)

  • (meeting) encuentro (masculine), cita (feminine) (place) she made her way to the rendezvous se dirigió al lugar señalado para el encuentro or la cita to fix a rendezvous with sb darse* cita con algn, concertar* una cita con algn a rendezvous with destiny una cita con el destino
    Example sentences
    • Not many get the chance to have a rendezvous with the 1980 All England badminton champion.
    • While we're at it, we should throw in the fact that he so vividly recounts a rendezvous with an Antiguan immigration officer.
    • The contestants had a rendezvous with the ‘super cop’ himself, the City Police Commissioner.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (-vous /-vuːz/, -vousing /-vuːɪŋ/, -voused /-vuːd/)

  • to rendezvous (with sb) encontrarse* (con algn)

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