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Definitions of date:

part of speech: noun

The fruit of the date- palm, so called from its fancied resemblance to the finger.

part of speech: verb transitive

To mark with a definite time; to find the definite time of.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To bear the statement of a time; reckon to have existed from a given time.

part of speech: verb transitive

To affix the date to.

part of speech: noun

The day, month, and year in which anything was given or executed; the time of any event or transaction; period; age; era; epoch.

part of speech: noun

The fruit of the date- palm tree.

part of speech: noun

The time of an event or transaction; as, July 4 is the date on which we celebrate our independence; duration; a statement which names the time of issuing of a writing, book, document, etc.; the present time: used in out of date and up to date; colloquially, an engagement for a fixed time; the edible fruit of the date palm.

part of speech: noun

The time when a letter is given or written: the time of any event: a stipulated time.

part of speech: verb

To write, fix, or note the time of any event, & c.; to reckon; to begin.

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