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date back

phrasal verb with date uk   us   /deɪt/ verb
B2 to have existed for a particular length of time or since a particular time: This tradition dates back to medieval times.
Translations of “date back”
in Chinese (Traditional) (時間)追溯…
in Russian датироваться…
in Turkish geçmişte belirli bir tarihe kadar uzanmak, o tarihten buyana varolmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (时间)追溯…
in Polish pochodzić z…
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