tengo una cita

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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I have an engagement)
a. I have an appointment
A las 12 am tengo una cita con la terapeuta y, a las 2 pm, con el abogado que me lleva el divorcio.I have an appointment with my therapist at 12 am, and with the lawyer who's handling my divorce at 2 pm.
b. I've got an appointment
Por fin tengo una cita con ese endocrinólogo famoso del que te hablé.I've finally got an appointment with that famous endocrinologist I told you about.
c. I have a meeting
El viernes tengo una cita en Lima con un posible inversor.I have a meeting with a potential investor on Friday in Lima.
d. I've got a meeting
Lo siento, pero no puedo comer contigo. Tengo una cita de trabajo a la que no puedo faltar.I'm sorry but I cannot have lunch with you. I've got a business meeting I cannot miss.
2. (I have a romantic engagement)
a. I have a date
No te lo vas a creer, pero tengo una cita con Javier.You're not going to believe me, but I have a date with Javier.
b. I've got a date
Esta noche no contéis conmigo. ¡Por fin tengo una cita!Don't count on me this evening. I've finally got a date!
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