- 1 (day of the month) date of birthdata di nascitadate of delivery, of expiry what date is your birthday?quando è il tuo compleanno?what date is it today? what's the date today? today's date is May 2 there's no date on the letter “date as postmark” to fix o set a datefissare una datalet's set a date nowfissiamo una data adessothe date of the next meeting is…il prossimo incontro è fissato per il…the date for the match is June 5la partita avrà luogo il 5 giugnoat a later date(in past tense)at a o some future date of recent date
- 4 (person one is going out with)John is her date for the partyè John che la porta alla festawho's your date for tonight?con chi esci stasera?
- 1 (mark with date)(person)
datare (letter, cheque)(machine)
mettere la data su (envelope, document)
- 2 (identify age of)datare (skeleton, building, object)scientists have dated the skeleton at 300 BCgli scienziati fanno risalire lo scheletro al 300 a.C
- 3 (reveal age of)the style of clothing dates the filml'abbigliamento fa capire di che periodo è il film
- 1 (originate)to date from, to date back to the church dates from o back to the 17th century her problems date from o back to the accidenti suoi problemi risalgono all'incidentethese customs date from o back to the Middle Agesqueste usanze risalgono al Medioevotheir friendship dates from o back to childhoodla loro amicizia risale all'infanzia
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