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Polish translation of “date”

date

noun [C]
 
 
/deɪt/
PARTICULAR DAY A1 a particular day of the month or year
data
"What's the date today?" "It's the fifth." Please give your name, address and date of birth.Days and times of day
ARRANGED TIME B1 a time when something has been arranged to happen
termin
Let's make a date to have lunch. We agreed to finish the report at a later date.Days and times of dayPlans and arrangements
to date formal B2 up to the present time
do tej pory, do chwili obecnej
This novel is his best work to date.Until a particular moment
GOING OUT B1 a romantic meeting when two people go out somewhere, such as to a restaurant or to see a film
randka
He's asked her out on a date.Meeting peopleOfficial meetingsFinding a partner
PERSON someone who you are having a romantic meeting with
chłopak, dziewczyna
Who's your date for the prom?Romantic and sexual partners
FRUIT a sticky brown fruit with a long seed inside
daktyl
→ See also blind date, sell-by dateTypes of fruit
(Definition of date noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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