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Translation of "date" - English-Turkish dictionary

date

verb
 
 
/deɪt/
MEET [I, T] to regularly spend time with someone you have a romantic relationship with
biriyle çıkmak, romantik ilişki kurmak, buluşmak, flört etmek
We've been dating for six months.Finding a partner
WRITE [T] B1 to write the day's date on something
tarih atmak/koymak
a letter dated March 13thWriting and typing
TIME [T] to say how long something has existed or when it was made
bir şeyin ne zaman yapıldığını, ne kadar süreyle var olduğunu bildirmek, tarihini tespit etmek
Scientists have dated the bones to 10,000 BC.Origins and sources
NOT MODERN [I, T] C2 to stop seeming modern, or to make something not seem modern
eskimek, modası geçmek
Clothes like these date really quickly.Old or old-fashionedThe elderly
(Definition of date verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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