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date pronunciación 1
1 the day of the month and/or the year, recorded by a number or series of numbers.
2 a statement on a letter, document, etc giving usually the day, the month and the year when it was written, sent, etc.
3 a particular period of time in history costumes of an earlier date .
4 colloq a planned meeting or social outing, usually with a person one is attached to.
5 esp N Am, colloq a person whom one is meeting or going out with.
6 colloq an agreed time and place of performance.
verb (dated , dating )
1 to put a date on something.
2 to find, decide on or guess the date of something.
3 to show the age of someone or something; to make (especially a person) seem old.
4 intr to become old-fashioned.
5 intr (always date from or back to) to have begun or originated (at a specified time).
6 tr & intr , colloq to go out with someone, especially to do so regularly.
[15c: French, from Latin datum given]
datable or dateable adjective .
dated adjective old-fashioned.
out of date see under out.
to date up to the present time.
up to date see under up.

date pronunciación 2
noun the fruit of the date palm, brown, sticky and sweet-tasting when dried.
[13c: from French datte , from Greek daktylos finger or date]

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