Definition of to date in English:

to date

Until now: their finest work to date
More example sentences
  • Despite that though, this is one of the strongest batches of episodes produced to date.
  • It was the best effort to date and the town looked really well with the lights and tree.
  • Mr Braun said he hadn't seen a fall in takings to date but feared that shoppers would be driven away.
so far, thus far, yet, as yet, up to now, till now, until now, up to the present (time), hitherto
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