Definition of datebook in English:

datebook

Line breaks: date|book
Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪtbʊk
 
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noun

North American
An engagement diary.
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  • Under creative director Samantha Cameron, it has been introducing limited-edition versions of its trademark datebooks in zany colors such as hot pink and purple, priced at $172.
  • Are you going to put that down in your datebook?
  • Jem waits for a while, raising his eyebrow as he tries to determine if his photographer-intern is really checking a datebook, or if she's just pretending to sound more busy than she is.

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