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Rendezvous Is there any difference among: appointment, date and rendezvous? Moreover, is "rendezvous" a word used in a day-a-day situation? Could you give me some examples? Besides these, thanks for the help.
Jan 18, 2017 11:54 PM
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Appointment: formal situations, for example, an appointment to meet with an advisor or a doctor's appointment Date: Usually romantic. "He asked me out on a date." However, sometimes if you make plans with a friend, to show enthusiasm, one might say, "Great, it's a date!" Rendezvous: Borrowed from French, old-fashioned, connotes romantic and typically secret meetings.
January 19, 2017
Appointment is more officially but date and rendezvous is more friendly besides, you can use date for a romantic date like when you are dating someone means I have a relationship with him.
January 19, 2017
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