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“Dia tidak hadir pada rapat tadi siang.” — Is “pada” the only preposition that can bridge between “hadir” (attended) and “rapat” (meeting)? Can I also use “di” or “dengan”?

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The sentence is retrieved from Tatoeba Corpus and modified by me.
https://tatoeba.org/en/sentences/show/3960330

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“Dia tidak hadir pada rapat tadi siang.” — Is “pada” the only preposition that can bridge between “hadir” (attended) and “rapat” (meeting)? Can I also use “di” or “dengan”?

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The sentence is retrieved from Tatoeba Corpus and modified by me.
https://tatoeba.org/en/sentences/show/3960330
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