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What does [Pre-date] When two people go out as friends, but one or both parties harbor feelings for the other. Such meetings are used to gauge one's feelings for the other, and usually precede the first date. mean?

That's part of the definition of 'pre-date'. There is this part, " harbor feelings for the other.". What's the meaning of that part?
Particularly, the meaning of the verb harbor, what dose it mean? does it means to hide? or something?
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