Synonym: appointment, day, engagement, fruit, time. Similar words: mandate, to date, update, candidate, sedated, validate, out of date, antedate. Meaning: [deɪt] n. 1. the specified day of the month 2. a particular day specified as the time something happens 3. a meeting arranged in advance 4. a particular but unspecified point in time 5. the present 6. a participant in a date 7. the particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar) that an event occurred 8. sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed. v. 1. go on a date with 2. stamp with a date 3. assign a date to; determine the (probable) date of 4. date regularly; have a steady relationship with 5. provide with a dateline; mark with a date.
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(2) The date went sheer out of my head.
(3) A passport that is out of date is invalid.
(4) Please advise us of the date.
(5) She had misread a date in the Tour Book.
(6) The exact date of the event has escaped me.
(7) Can you give me a date for another appointment?
(8) There's no date on this letter.
(9) I can't give you a precise date.
(10) Write today's date at the top of the page.
(11) This technology is bang up to date .
(12) She suggested an earlier date for the meeting.
(13) Are you asking me out on a date?
(14) Let's fix a definite date for the next meeting.
(15) 'What's the date today?' 'The 10th.'
(16) I can't come on that date.
(17) We have set the date for the wedding.
(18) This yogurt is past its sell - by date.
(19) What's the date ?/What date is it?/What's today's date?
(20) The cut-off date for registration is July 2.
(21) The approximate date of his departure is next month.
(22) They haven't set a date for the wedding yet.
(23) Please give your name[sentencedict.com/date.html], address and date of birth.
(24) The date for the panel discussion is fixed now.
(25) We have set the date for the meeting.
(26) He stamped the paper with the date.
(27) I'm trying to get a date with her.
(28) Please indicate your sex and date of birth below.
(29) Today's date is the 23rd of June.
(30) Would you go on a date with me?
More similar words: mandate, to date, update, candidate, sedated, validate, out of date, antedate, up to date, date from, inundate, intimidate, date back to, accommodate, invalidate, dilapidated, data, mandatory, be good at, database, predator, predatory, predation, laudatory, foundation, commendation, trepidation, degradation, intimidating, intimidation.