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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.

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 It’ s as out of date as the hat you wore five years ago.
  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.
  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.

Quotes for date:

  1. For a war correspondent to miss an invasion is like refusing a date with Lana Turner. - Robert Capa
  2. I find that the majority of the actors I've worked with are extremely sensitive people and very spontaneous people. That's why I always say I'll never date an actor, because they're in love with you one day and the next day they're not. - Ellen Muth
  3. We, Norton I, do hereby decree that the offices of President, Vice President, and Speaker of the House of Representatives are, from and after this date, abolished. - Joshua A. Norton
  4. Teaching was the hardest work I had ever done, and it remains the hardest work I have done to date. - Ann Richards
  5. Being a teenager, I would think they were real strict, and I would get upset, but I'm glad they were like that. They didn't let us do whatever we wanted. We weren't allowed to date until we were, like, juniors in high school. - Denise Richards

Idioms for date:

  1. be past your sellby date
  2. a blind date
  3. bring sb up to date
  4. date from sth
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