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v. make an appointment, agree (to a date or place)
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Is 相约 a formal or informal way to say make an appointment? (xiāngyuē)
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相约 (xiāngyuē) is a formal way to say "make an appointment". It is a more polite and formal way of saying "agree (to a date or place)". It is often used in business or official contexts. For example, two companies may 相约 to discuss a potential partnership.
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