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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

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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

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The site, at which a unique collection of copper and bronze weapons have also been found, dates back millennia.
It is steeped in history, from Camp Hill, which dates back to the time of the Romans, to the recent history of St Peter's Church where Paul McCartney met John Lennon in 1958.
He said it was uncovered under Saint Georgeous Church, which itself dates back to 230 AD, in Rihab in northern Jordan near the Syrian border.
The property's history dates back to the 1960's when Anaconda Canada explored for copper followed by Fleck Resources in the mid-1980's and finally Geomaque Exploration which spent more than $1 million on the project until gold prices fell and it dropped its option.
The gold-leaf-covered cathedral, which dates back to the 19th century, is filled with beautiful mosaics, multicolored marble, and a dazzling array of paintings and murals.
Dressing the painting of the Virgin and Child dates back to when the icon arrived at Jasna Gora.
Though their daughters kept different company, their mothers' friendship dates back 30 years and spans from Johnson's home in South Los Angeles to White's in Gardena.
The Lion Salt Works in Northwich, which dates back to Roman times, is the only North West building competing against 20 others for heritage lottery cash to help save them from the bulldozers.
The genesis of the Barbara Stuhler e-Library dates back to the Vision 2000 Campaign when a group of women decided to honor Barbara Stuhler by naming a library at the national office in Washington, DC, after her.
The Robinson family's interest dates back to April 1957 in a deal valued at $1,900 with Queen Miller.
Last year, they found a red-colored clump at a site said to be the ruins of an altar in the early period of the Daikei civilization, which dates back to 6,200-6,400 years.
The other Leamington poster, by Jack Merriott, dates back to 1959 and is expected to fetch around pounds 400.
Indexing dates back to 1983; abstracts date back to 1994.
Lacquerware unearthed in the town of Minamikayabe in Hokkaido, northern Japan, dates back about 9,000 years, making it the oldest lacquerware found in the world, the town's board of education said Thursday.
Camino Tours, exclusively dedicated to walking ventures in Spain, takes its walkers through the majestic meadows and valleys of Andalusia and the Pyrenees, as well as the legendary Camino de Santiago - a pilgrimage that dates back 1,100 years.