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Between møde and gensyn? Could you give me an example of usage for each one?

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Base language: English
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    Gensyn (re-seeing): Is a noun describing a situation when you meet someone again.
    Commonly used in the expression "På gensyn" = See you (later)

    Møde (noun): a meeting:
    Præsidenten og statsministeren holdt møde = The President and the Prime minister had a meeting
    Møde (verb): to meet
    Skal vi mødes i aften? = Do you want to meet up tonight?

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