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Synonyms for date

time

put a date on

Synonyms

  • put a date on
  • determine the date of
  • assign a date to
  • fix the period of
  • ascertain the age of

become dated

Synonyms

  • become dated
  • become obsolete
  • show its age
  • become old-fashioned
  • obsolesce

go out with

Synonyms

date from or date back to

Synonyms

  • come from
  • belong to
  • be made in
  • be built in
  • originate in
  • be created in
  • originate from
  • exist from
  • have existed since
  • bear a date of

to date

Synonyms

Synonyms for date

a commitment to appear at a certain time and place

to be with another person socially on a regular basis

Synonyms for date

a particular but unspecified point in time

the present

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the particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar) that an event occurred

sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed

go on a date with

stamp with a date

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assign a date to

References in periodicals archive ?
TAXILA -- A team of scholars and students from Taxila Institute of Asian Civilization (TIAC) headed by its Director Prof Dr Mohammad Ashraf Khan has discovered stupa dated back to 3rd century (BC) during excavations at ancient Buddhist Stupa.
C while other religious ceremonies dated back to the Achaemenid period.
He indicated that the studies on the archaeological findings proved that the cemetery dated back to the Romanian era and were re-used in the Byzantine era.
Denmark's "national treasure" - replicas of two golden horns that originally dated back hundreds of years - were stolen on Monday from a museum in the former Viking capital of Jelling.
Even though the Hutus and Tutsis shared the same language and culture, long-simmering tensions and resentments that dated back to Belgian rule (the Tutsis were given privileged treatment) had fueled violence dating back to the early 1960s.