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“Kami sedang rapat.” — I have two questions:

1) According to a dictionary, “rapat” means either “a meeting/gathering” as a noun or “close together/tight” as an adjective. How do you interpret “Kami sedang rapat”?

A: “We are having a meeting” or
B: “We are in a dense space and physically close to each other”.

2) What’s the difference between “rapat” and “pertemuan”? Are they completely interchangeable in this sentence with no difference of nuance?

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“Kami sedang rapat.” — I have two questions:

1) According to a dictionary, “rapat” means either “a meeting/gathering” as a noun or “close together/tight” as an adjective. How do you interpret “Kami sedang rapat”?

A: “We are having a meeting” or
B: “We are in a dense space and physically close to each other”.

2) What’s the difference between “rapat” and “pertemuan”? Are they completely interchangeable in this sentence with no difference of nuance?
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