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The synonyms of “Date” are: escort, day of the month, appointment, engagement, day, occasion, year, anniversary, time, age, period, era, epoch, century, decade, stage, meeting, rendezvous, assignation, partner, girlfriend, boyfriend, young lady, young man, woman friend, lady friend, man friend, man, boy, girl, go out, go steady, see, date stamp, assign a date to, ascertain the date of, determine the date of, establish the date of, put a date on, put a date to, ascertain the age of, determine the age of, establish the age of, become old-fashioned, become outmoded, become obsolete, become dated, show its age, was made in, was built in, was created in, came into being in, bears the date of, originates in, comes from, belongs to, goes back to, has existed since, out of fashion, out of date, out of style, last year's, superseded, obsolete, go out with, take out, go around with, go with, be involved with, be romantically linked with, court, woo
Date as a Noun
Definitions of "Date" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “date” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A particular day or year when a given event occurred or will occur.
- The day of the month or year as specified by a number.
- A participant in a date.
- A person with whom one has a date.
- A meeting arranged in advance.
- The years of a particular person's birth and death or of the beginning and end of a particular period or event.
- The specified day of the month.
- The period of time to which an artefact or structure belongs.
- The present.
- The particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar) that an event occurred.
- A social or romantic appointment or engagement.
- A particular day specified as the time something happens.
- A musical or theatrical engagement or performance, especially as part of a tour.
- Sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed.
- A particular but unspecified point in time.
Synonyms of "Date" as a noun (30 Words)
|age||A particular stage in someone s life.|
I haven t seen her for ages.
|anniversary||The date on which an event took place or an institution was founded in a previous year.|
He even forgot our tenth anniversary.
|appointment||Law the act of disposing of property by virtue of the power of appointment.|
The appointment had to be approved by the whole committee.
|assignation||A secret rendezvous (especially between lovers.|
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|boy||A male human offspring.|
His boy is taller than he is.
|boyfriend||A man who is the lover of a man or woman.|
When the law changed Pet could finally married his long time boyfriend Jim.
|century||A period of one hundred years.|
A century ago most people walked to work.
|day||The part of a day when it is light the time between sunrise and sunset.|
How long is a day on Jupiter.
|day of the month||A period of opportunity.|
|decade||A range of electrical resistances, frequencies, or other quantities spanning from one to ten times a base value.|
He taught at the university for nearly a decade.
|engagement||Contact by fitting together.|
The teacher tried to increase his students engagement in class activities.
|epoch||A period marked by distinctive character or reckoned from a fixed point or event.|
These events marked an epoch in their history.
|era||Baseball a measure of a pitcher s effectiveness calculated as the average number of earned runs allowed by the pitcher for every nine innings pitched.|
Leading photographers of the Victorian era.
|girl||A girl or young woman with whom a man is romantically involved.|
A chorus girl.
|girlfriend||Any female friend.|
His girlfriend kicked him out.
|lady friend||A woman of the peerage in Britain.|
|man||The generic use of the word to refer to any human being.|
He awaited word from his man in Havana.
|man friend||A male person who plays a significant role (husband or lover or boyfriend) in the life of a particular woman.|
|meeting||A gathering of people, especially Quakers, for worship.|
There was an informal meeting in my living room.
|occasion||A vaguely specified social event.|
On one occasion I stayed up until two in the morning.
|partner||A person who is a member of a partnership.|
|period||The interval between successive equal values of a periodic function.|
A change soon put a period to my tranquility.
|rendezvous||A place where people meet.|
He was waiting for them at the rendezvous.
All the world s a stage.
|time||Time or an amount of time as reckoned by a conventional standard.|
It would be a waste of time.
|woman friend||Women as a class.|
|year||A year regarded in terms of the quality of something produced.|
She had a composure well beyond her years.
|young lady||English poet (1683-1765.|
|young man||United States jazz tenor saxophonist (1909-1959.|
Usage Examples of "Date" as a noun
- We hope to get together at an early date.
- I've got a hot date.
- 1066 is the most famous date in English history.
- The date of the election is set by law.
- The church is the largest of its date.
- My date isn't going to show, it seems.
- He tried to memorizes all the dates for his history class.
- She asked how to avoid kissing at the end of a date.
- What is the date today?
- His date never stopped talking.
- We made a date for eleven the next morning.
- They are up to date.
- Please give your name, address, and date of birth.
- We haven't heard from them to date.
- What's the date today?
- Mother's Day is always on the same date.
- Most large bands play one big date in Scotland.
Date as a Verb
Definitions of "Date" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “date” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Establish or ascertain the date of (an object or event.
- Seem old-fashioned.
- Date regularly; have a steady relationship with.
- Mark with a date.
- Go out with (someone in whom one is romantically or sexually interested.
- Assign a date to; determine the (probable) date of.
- Provide with a dateline; mark with a date.
- Go on a date with.
- Reveal (someone) as being old-fashioned.
- Originate at a particular time; have existed since.
- Stamp with a date.
Synonyms of "Date" as a verb (42 Words)
|ascertain the age of||Be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something.|
|ascertain the date of||Find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort.|
|assign a date to||Give out.|
|be involved with||Be priced at.|
|be romantically linked with||Be identical to; be someone or something.|
|bears the date of||Cause to be born.|
|become dated||Come into existence.|
|become obsolete||Come into existence.|
|become old-fashioned||Enhance the appearance of.|
|become outmoded||Undergo a change or development.|
|belongs to||Be a member, adherent, inhabitant, etc. (of a group, organization, or place.|
|came into being in||Come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example.|
|comes from||Come to one’s mind; suggest itself.|
|court||Seek someone’s favor.|
Western politicians courted the leaders of the newly independent states.
|date stamp||Date regularly; have a steady relationship with.|
|determine the age of||Fix conclusively or authoritatively.|
|determine the date of||Fix in scope; fix the boundaries of.|
|establish the age of||Establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment.|
|establish the date of||Bring about.|
|go around with||Be in the right place or situation.|
|go out||Be awarded; be allotted.|
|go out with||Move away from a place into another direction.|
|go steady||Be awarded; be allotted.|
|go with||Follow a procedure or take a course.|
|goes back to||Lead, extend, or afford access.|
|has existed since||Have sex with; archaic use.|
|last year's||Persist for a specified period of time.|
|obsolete||Cause a product or idea to become obsolete by replacing it with something new.|
We're trying to stimulate the business by obsoleting last year's designs.
|originates in||Come into existence; take on form or shape.|
|out of date||To state openly and publicly one’s homosexuality.|
|out of fashion||Reveal (something) about somebody’s identity or lifestyle.|
|out of style||Reveal (something) about somebody’s identity or lifestyle.|
|put a date on||Make an investment.|
|put a date to||Make an investment.|
|see||Imagine conceive of see in one s mind.|
You should see a lawyer.
|show its age||Make visible or noticeable.|
|superseded||Take the place or move into the position of.|
|take out||Buy, select.|
|was built in||Be identical or equivalent to.|
|was created in||Occupy a certain position or area.|
|was made in||To remain unmolested, undisturbed, or uninterrupted — used only in infinitive form.|
|woo||Seek the favour, support, or custom of.|
He wooed her with quotes from Shakespeare.
Usage Examples of "Date" as a verb
- The package is dated November 24.
- They have been dating for more than a year.
- Jazzy—does that word date me?
- Sign and date the document.
- They date the paintings to 1460–70.
- A few years ago, I dated the ex of a friend.
- She wrote the letter on Monday but she dated it Saturday so as not to reveal that she procrastinated.
- The coat may be pricey but it will never date.
- The controversy dates back to 1986.
- Scientists often cannot date precisely archeological or prehistorical findings.
Associations of "Date" (30 Words)
|afternoon||In the afternoon every afternoon.|
He spent a quiet afternoon in the park.
|almanac||A handbook, typically published annually, containing information of general interest or on a sport or pastime.|
|calendar||Enter into a calendar.|
The social calendar.
|celebrate||Assign great social importance to.|
|dawn||(of a day) begin.|
Thursday dawned bright and sunny.
They put on two performances every day.
|daybreak||The time in the morning when daylight first appears; dawn.|
She set off at daybreak.
|dew||A beaded or glistening liquid resembling dew.|
The grass was wet with dew.
|engagement||A meeting arranged in advance.|
Britain s continued engagement in open trading.
|expiry||A coming to an end of a contract period.|
The expiry of the patent.
|monday||The second day of the week; the first working day.|
|month||A period of time between the same dates in successive calendar months.|
It was the end of the month.
The morning papers.
|noon||The middle of the day.|
The service starts at twelve noon.
|o'clock||According to the clock.|
|saturday||The seventh and last day of the week; observed as the Sabbath by Jews and some Christians.|
|schedule||Make a schedule plan the time and place for events.|
Cowley Bridge has already been scheduled and protected as an ancient monument.
|sunday||United States evangelist (1862-1935.|
|sunny||Bright and pleasant; promoting a feeling of cheer.|
A sunny smile.
|sunrise||The first light of day.|
An hour before sunrise.
|tomorrow||The future, especially the near future.|
I have work to do tomorrow morning.
|tuesday||The third day of the week; the second working day.|
|wake||Cause to become awake or conscious.|
He was attending a friend s wake.
|wednesday||The fourth day of the week; the third working day.|
|week||The time spent working during a week.|
I work during the week so I can only get to this shop on Saturdays.
|weekday||A day of the week other than Sunday or Saturday.|
The weekday rush hour.
|weekend||Spend a weekend somewhere.|
He was weekending in the country.
|workweek||The total number of hours or days worked in a week.|
We need a shorter workweek and protected benefits for contract workers.
|year||A period of time occupying a regular part of a calendar year that is used for some particular activity.|
She was in my year at Hoehandle High.
|yesterday||Used in reference to a particular time period on the day before today.|
Yesterday s solutions are not good enough.