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starting date

noun [C] uk   us   (also start date)
the planned day for the start of an important activity: The starting date for the construction work is 23 June.
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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