Is there a verb for "agreeing to meet" or "deciding to meet"? As in
A: Would you like to get together on Friday?
B: I can't, Dan and I agreed to meet (that day).
or as in
Q: Did we agree to meet on Tuesday or Wednesday?
only less cumbersome? It doesn't really have to be a single word, but if it's not then it should be something that flows (unlike "deciding/agreeing to meet").
One possible answer is to just use the verb meet (or see or get together etc.), as in "I can't, I'm meeting Dan" or "Are we meeting on Tusday?". But it doesn't really mean the exact same thing; for instance, you can say "I agreed to meet him on Sunday but I plan to blow him off", where obviously "I'm meeting him on Sunday but I plan to blow him off" is somewhat nonsensical.
I hope this is an appropriate place to ask this; I've seen similar questions around here, so I thought it'd be okay.
I tried to look for it in Thesauruses and dictionaries, but unsurprisingly "agree to meet" was not in entry in any of them. I googled it as well but couldn't find similar questions (at best I found definitions and synonyms of the verb "meet", at worst articles on Putin). I asked quite a few people but no one could come up with anything.
I hope this is enough... If not, I apologise.