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Noun
The day of the month or year as specified by a number
“What was the date that you first provided any service for Mr. Smith with regard to the management of this building?”
Noun
The period of time to which something belongs
“The gunports in the south and east walls of the structure adjoining the later gatehouse suggest a late fifteenth-century date.”
Noun
The duration time during which something continues or lasts
“In view of the information received as to the date during which my tenancy lasted, I must have moved into the house a little earlier than the date just read.”
Noun
A social or romantic appointment or engagement
“Jason was getting more excited about his date with Angelina. His stomach started to jump. Every time he thought about her, his heart began to pound.”
Noun
A person with whom one has a date
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“Faith's thoughts were interrupted by the arrival of her date for the evening.”
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Counterpart
Noun
A palm tree, Phoenix dactylifera, whose fruit is the date
Noun
An act of reserving accommodation, a ticket, etc. in advance
Noun
An assembly of people for a particular purpose, especially for formal discussion
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Noun
A situation or action that tempts someone to do something or makes a particular outcome likely
Verb
To accompany on a social, and typically romantic, rendezvous
“They just notice that you're a Negative Nelly, and believe me, no one wants to date her!”
Verb
To become old, antiquated or obsolete
“At the time when the book was being written, the subject was in a state of rapid change, and it was obvious that the conclusions would date rapidly.”
Verb
To mark with a date
“You are then required to date the document and sign it in the presence of two witnesses.”
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To assign a date to the origin of something, or to determine its age
“There was the possibility that it was a recent tool lying among ancient bones, but the only way to be sure was to date the artifact itself.”
Verb
(date from/back to) To originate at a particular time, having existed since
“For some, this is a beautiful and early example of the first concepts of graphic design, which would date from the Middle Ages.”
Verb
To entertain on a social rendezvous
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To give or assign a date to a document that is earlier than the current date, to antedate
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To accompany and look after or supervise
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Seek as romantic partner
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