Definition of Date:

  1. Indicate or expose as being old-fashioned.

  2. Go out with (someone in whom one is romantically or sexually interested).

  3. Establish or ascertain the date of (an object or event).

  4. According to the ISO standard 8601 (published in 1986) the suggested format for dates is YYYY-MM-DD. YYYY is the year, MM (01 through 12) is the month, and DD (01 through 31) is the day, and hyphens (not slashes) are to be used as the separators. For example, 2005-03-01 represents first of March of the year 2005.

  5. The day of the month or year as specified by a number.

  6. A social or romantic appointment or engagement.

Synonyms of Date

Day, Day of the month, Occasion, Year, Anniversary, Time, Go out with, Take out, Go around with, Go with, Be involved with, Be romantically linked with, See, Court, Woo, Appointment, Meeting, Engagement, Rendezvous, Assignation, International Date Line, Platonic year, Accompany, Aeon, Age, Ancient, Annus magnus, Antedate, Antiquate, Antiquated, Appointment, Archaic, Arrangement, Assemble, Assemblee, Assembly, Assignation, At home, Backdate, Ball, Be dated, Bear date, Beau, Become extinct, Become obsolete, Blind date, Booking, Borscht circuit, Boy, Boyfriend, Brawl, Bunch, Bunch up, Captive, Catch, Caucus, Circuit, Clot, Cluster, Collect, Colloquium, Come together, Commission, Committee, Companion, Conclave, Concourse, Congregate, Congregation, Congress, Conquest, Contemporary, Conventicle, Convention, Converge, Convocation, Copulate, Coquette, Council, Couple, Court, Crowd, Current, Cycle, Cycle of indiction, Dance, Date at, Date line, Date-stamp, Dated, Dateline, Datemark, Day, Diet, Double date, Eisteddfod, Engagement, Engagement book, Entertain, Epoch, Era, Escort, Fade, Fashionable, Festivity, Fete, Fixture, Flirt, Flock together, Flow together, Forgather, Forgathering, Forum, Fossilize, Friend, Fuse, Fust, Gang around, Gang up, Gather, Gather around, Gathering, Generation, Get-together, Girl, Great year, Grow old, Herd together, Hive, Honey, Horde, Housewarming, Huddle, Indiction, Interview, Latest, League, Levee, Link, Lose currency, Lover, Make a date, Man, Mass, Meet, Meeting, Merge, Mill, Modern, Molder, Muster, Obsolesce, Obsolescent, Obsolete, Old, Old hat, Old-fashioned, Out of date, Outdate, Outmoded, Panel, Party, Passe, Period, Perish, Phase, Playing engagement, Plenum, Point of time, Postdate, Predate, Prom, Quorum, Rally, Rally around, Reception, Rendezvous, Run, Rust, Seance, Season, See, Seethe, Session, Set the date, Shindig, Sit-in, Sitting, Soiree, Stage, Stand, Steady, Stream, Superannuate, Surge, Swain, Swarm, Sweet patootie, Sweetheart, Sweetie, Symposium, Synod, Take out, Throng, Time, Tour, Trendy, Tryst, Turnout, Unite, Update, Vamp, Vampire, Vaudeville circuit, Woman, Woo, Year, Assign a date to, Ascertain the date of, Determine the date of, Establish the date of, Put a date on, Put a date to, Ascertain the age of, Determine the age of, Establish the age of, Carbon-date

How to use Date in a sentence?

  1. They date the paintings to 1460–70.
  2. Disco—that word alone dates me.
  3. Whats the date today?.
  4. A college student on a date with someone he met in class.
  5. A few years ago, I dated the ex of a friend.

Meaning of Date & Date Definition