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date

noun /deit/
(a statement on a letter etc giving) the day of the month, the month and year
fecha
I can’t read the date on this letter.
the day and month and/or the year in which something happened or is going to happen
fecha
What is your date of birth?
an appointment or engagement, especially a social one with a member of the opposite sex
compromiso, cita
He asked her for a date.
dated adjective old-fashioned
obsoleto, pasado de moda, desfasado
The film looks very dated now.
dateline noun a north-south line drawn on maps through the Pacific Ocean, east and west of which the date is different.
meridiano de cambio de hora
out of date adjective no longer able to be (legally) used; no longer valid
anticuado, pasado de moda, caducado
Your ticket is out of date an out-of-date directory.
old-fashioned
desfasado, pasado de moda
This coat is out of date.
to date up to the present time
hasta la fecha
This is the best competition entry we’ve received to date.
up to date adjective completed etc up to the present time
actualizado, al día
Is the list up to date? an up-to-date report.
modern and in touch with the latest ideas
actualizado, moderno
This method is up to date / very up-to-date up-to-date technology.
(Definition of date from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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