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Translation of "date" - English-Italian dictionary

date

noun
 
/deɪt/ /deɪt/
A1 a particular day of the month or year
data
“What’s the date today?” “It’s the fifth of June.” Please give your name, address, and date of birth.
B1 a romantic meeting when two people go out somewhere
appuntamento (galante)
He asked her out on a date.
B1 a time when something has been arranged to happen
appuntamento, data
Let’s make a date to have lunch. Have you set a date for the wedding?
out of date B1 old and no longer useful, correct, or fashionable
sorpassato, fuori moda, passato di moda,
I have a map, but I think it’s out of date.
up to date B1 modern, recent, or containing the latest information
aggiornato, attuale, moderno
Is the information in your files up to date?
a sweet, sticky brown fruit with a long seed inside
dattero
(Definition of date noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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