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starting date

noun [C]
 
 
( also start date)
the planned date for the start of an important activity: The starting date for the construction work is June 23. You may need to negotiate with your new employer on the starting date for the job.
Translations of “starting date”
in Chinese (Traditional) (重大活動的)開始日期,啟動日期…
in Chinese (Simplified) (重大活动的)开始日期,启动日期…
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