Learn how to say Dates correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word date:
1the day of the month or year as specified by a number:
what’s the date today?
please give your name, address, and date of birth
a particular day or year when a given event occurred or will occur:
1066 is the most famous date in English history
(dates) the years of a particular person’s birth and death or of the beginning and end of a particular period or event.
the period of time to which an artefact or structure belongs:
the church is the largest of its date
2a social or romantic appointment or engagement:
I’ve got a hot date
we made a date for eleven the next morning
a person with whom one has a date:
my date isn’t going to show, it seems
a musical or theatrical engagement or performance, especially as part of a tour:
most large bands play one big date in Scotland
1establish or ascertain the date of (an object or event):
they date the paintings to 1460–70
mark with a date:
sign and date the document
[no object] (date from or back to) originate at a particular time; have existed since:
the controversy dates back to 1986
2reveal (someone) as being old-fashioned:
jazzy—does that word date me?
[no object] seem old-fashioned:
the coat may be pricey but it will never date
3go out with (someone in whom one is romantically or sexually interested):
my sister’s pretty judgemental about the girls I date
they have been dating for more than a year