- n.约会; 约会的地点; 集结地
- vi.约会; 会合
- 复数: rendezvous;
- 第三人称单数: rendezvouses;
- 过去式: rendezvoused;
- 过去分词: rendezvoused;
- 现在分词: rendezvousing;
He stands there, keeping a rendezvous.
John made his rendezvous with destiny when he met his future wife.
She made the rendezvous with only minutes to spare.
Tests indicate that the signal processor can meet the requirements of Rendezvous and Docking.
I have a rendezvous with Peter at a restaurant on the harbour.
In addition, five probes were sent to rendezvous with Halley's comet.
She was punctual to the rendezvous, and shouts of welcome greeted her on all sides.
This cafe is a rendezvous for writers and artists.
The caf é is a favorite rendezvous for artists.
Maybe it's one of our own ships out to rendezvous with a fleet unit.
Although it was late, there was still enough time to keep the rendezvous.
The family had two favorite rendezvous, the library and the garden.
He didn't tell me the rendezvous.
The cafe is a popular rendezvous for young lovers.
The rendezvous maneuver was a spectacular display of navigation that lasted for about 6 . 5 hours.
The two platoons will rendezvous in the woods as planned.
The Young Amelia was first at the rendezvous.
The mathematical model of guidance problems has significant sense for studying rendezvous and intercept problems.
Fortunately the first three seaplanes back at the rendezvous saw the submarine E 11.
That will change early next year when the 2 astronauts rendezvous at the International Space Station.
Rendezvous and docking stood fourth in the list of objectives.
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It was a public lounge and a rendezvous.
a lively Paris rendezvous
He failed to keep a rendezvous after sensing a police trap.
She wondered where they were going to rendezvous afterwards.
It was the first occasion when they had both found it possible to keep a rendezvous.
I had almost decided to keep my rendezvous with Tony.
The plan was to rendezvous with him on Sunday afternoon.
Their rendezvous would be the Penta Hotel at Heathrow Airport.
1. a meeting planned at a certain time and place
2. a place where people meet;
"he was waiting for them at the rendezvous"
3. a date; usually with a member of the opposite sex
1. meet at a rendezvous