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N-COUNT 日期;日子 A date is a specific time that can be named, for example a particular day or a particular year.
What's the date today?...
You will need to give the dates you wish to stay and the number of rooms you require.
VERB 确定…的日期(或年代) If you date something, you give or discover the date when it was made or when it began.
You cannot date the carving and it is difficult to date the stone itself...
I think we can date the decline of Western Civilization quite precisely...
VERB 在（信件、支票等）上注明日期 When you date something such as a letter or a cheque, you write that day's date on it.
Once the decision is reached, he can date and sign the sheet...
The letter is dated 2 July 1993.
信件上的日期是 1993 年 7 月 2 日。
N-SING 在（某个）日期;在（某个）时间 If you want to refer to an event without saying exactly when it will happen or when it happened, you can say that it will happen or happened at some date in the future or past.
Retain copies of all correspondence, since you may need them at a later date...
He did leave open the possibility of direct American aid at some unspecified date in the future...
PHRASE 迄今;到目前为止 To date means up until the present time.
'Dottie' is by far his best novel to date...
She is without question the craziest person I've met to date...
VERB 过时;落伍 If something dates, it goes out of fashion and becomes unacceptable to modern tastes.
A black coat always looks smart and will never date...
This album has hardly dated at all.
VERB 使显老;使显出年龄大 If your ideas, what you say, or the things that you like or can remember date you, they show that you are quite old or older than the people you are with.
It's going to date me now. I attended that school from 1969 to 1972.
现在说起来我就显老了。我 1969至 1972 年就读于那所学校。
N-COUNT (尤指男女间的）约会 A date is an appointment to meet someone or go out with them, especially someone with whom you are having, or may soon have, a romantic relationship.
I have a date with Bob...
He had made a date with a girl he had met the day before...
N-COUNT 约会对象 If you have a date with someone with whom you are having, or may soon have, a romantic relationship, you can refer to that person as your date .
He lied to Essie, saying his date was one of the girls in the show.
V-RECIP （与…）约会 If you are dating someone, you go out with them regularly because you are having, or may soon have, a romantic relationship with them. You can also say that two people are dating.
For a year I dated a woman who was a research assistant...
They've been dating for three months...
N-COUNT 海枣（果） A date is a small, dark-brown, sticky fruit with a stone inside. Dates grow on palm trees in hot countries.