it's a date Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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it's a date

informal
used to say that a particular time is a good time to meet: "I can't make it at seven o'clock. How about 9.30?" "Sure, it's a date."
Translations of “it's a date”
in Chinese (Traditional) (會面時間)很合適,沒問題,就這樣定了…
in Chinese (Simplified) (会面时间)很合适,没问题,就这么定了…
(Definition of it's a date from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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