date


date
I
n.
time

1) to fix, set a date

2) to bring (smb.) up to date

3) to bear a date (the letter bears no date)

4) a significant date (in history)

5) a cut-off; due; target date

6) at a certain date (the meeting will be held at a later date; at a future date)

7) on a certain date (on this date in history)

8) to date (how many have returned their invitations to date?)

rendezvous

9) to have; make a date

10) to go out on a date

11) to break a date

12) a blind; double date

13) a date with

misc.

14) out of date; to go out of date; up to date; to bring a dictionary up to date

II

v. (d; intr.) to date from (this custom dates from the seventeenth century)

* * *
[deɪt]
double date
make a date
set a date
target date
to bring a dictionary up to date
to go out of date
up to date
['misc. '] out of date
['rendezvous'] to have
['time'] to fix
a blind
a cut-off
a date with
to break a date
to bring (smb.) up to date
to go out on a date
to date (how many have returned their invitations to date?)
a significant date (in history)
on a certain date (on this date in history)
to bear a date (the letter bears no date)
at a certain date (the meeting will be held at a later date; at a future date)
(d; intr.) to date from (this custom dates from the seventeenth century)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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