Translation of assignation in Spanish:


cita, n.

Pronunciation /ˌæsɪɡˈneɪʃ(ə)n/ /asɪɡˈneɪʃ(ə)n/


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    cita feminine
    to have an assignation (with sb) tener (una) cita (con algn)
    • It is believed that the original carnival was a much bigger and rowdier affair with fights, bear baitings and puppet shows, bull fights and secret assignations in gondolas.
    • The other is a lurid science fiction tale, made up by the woman's demon lover during assignations in rundown, disreputable places.
    • He kept a secret journal of his assignations with high-power closeted Hollywood players and revelled in his clandestine life as a quasi-hooker.
    • Initials meant secret assignations, though there were no locations.
    • New relationships, secret assignations and a dazzling necklace add to their complicated lives.
    • Her assignations with her lover, a theatre director can be heard in the tiny courtyard.
    • She is eventually sacked after one of her secret assignations with him is discovered.
    • Over the last few years, a vocal minority of local residents have raised objections to assignations by gay men in the Square in the middle of the night.
    • In this odd urban pastoral, people wander about London, have lunch, try to make assignations, wake up with hangovers and never get anywhere.
    • There was nothing - no sign or menu - to distinguish it from all the other houses with their wood-shingle roofs and bamboo shutters and histories of hidden assignations.
    • The researchers found that females were sneaking away into the jungle for assignations with the handsome young ‘hunks’ of the band.
    • Favourite spots for sneaked assignations are empty classrooms, deserted corridors and overgrown lots.
    • There would be no assignations, no letters, no phone calls.
    • The small private dining rooms that characterized most restaurants offered the possibility of forbidden political dinners or risky amorous assignations.
    • He's outside the required 400-mile limit for extramarital quickies and anonymous assignations.
    • Their fans fluttered as the men commented on their appearance or nodded, touched an arm here, felt the wares there, and made assignations.
    • They've gone on romantic assignations at the historic Fairmont Hotel.
    • He had already made a few assignations with the lowlife drug dealers who frequented the place.
    • None of her assignations sounds like much fun and her home life was no happier.
    • In a few hours there is to be an appointment with a professor, then later, an assignation at the pub.