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Spell Check of date

Correct spelling: date

Definition of date:

  1. The time when an event happened or anything was done; the specification of this in a document or letter; duration; period.
  2. The fruit of the date- palm.
  3. To affix the date to; to note or fix the time of an event or transaction.
  4. To reckon; to begin; to be dated.

Common misspellings for date:

dat, dae, todate, deate, darte, daet.


Google Ngram Viewer results for date:

This graph shows how "date" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for date:

  1. It’ s as out of date as the hat you wore five years ago. –  by
  2. I’ ll not only keep to English, but I’ ll tell you the line to take if you want to remain the up- to- date bright- as- a- button old lady you are. –  by
  3. Turning now to the machine and engine, the Military Trials held in 1912, when the Royal Flying Corps was started, represented the first organized effort to assist the evolution of service aeroplanes in this country and a brief comparison will be useful to show the performance of the average machines and engines of that date at the beginning, and at the end of the war, and of civil machines of to- day. –  by