English to Lithuanian Meaning of date - data

Date :

data, persimonai, data palmių, ilgaamžiškumas, gyvenimas, amžius, diena

data, nustatyti

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Definitions of date in English
Noun(1) the specified day of the month(2) a participant in a date(3) a meeting arranged in advance(4) the present(5) the particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar(6) a particular day specified as the time something happens(7) sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed
Verb(1) go on a date with(2) stamp with a date(3) assign a date to; determine the (probable(4) date regularly; have a steady relationship with(5) provide with a dateline; mark with a date
Examples of date in English
(1) Paper will be provided so children should bring their colours, two euros for the entrance fee and should know their date of birth.(2) I hear that you're going on a date with your hot step brother and we can discuss every little thing that happened.(3) If they're not strangers, they may be somebody that a woman meets on a date .(4) our next big date is my sister's wedding(5) what's the date today?(6) they made a lunch date(7) the work was carried out on some date in the twentieth century(8) It took a couple more chance meetings before he actually asked me on a date , but he did and that was 7 years ago.(9) the church is the largest of its date(10) No, I'm off to see the fabulous Die So Fluid on their final date of their current tour.(11) there's no date on this letter(12) why was it not done at an earlier date?(13) But Mo did once go out on a date with someone who chatted her up in a pub - and she's been living with him for seven years.(14) 1066 is the most famous date in English history(15) I recently obtained a copy of my birth certificate, and it shows my date of birth as the sixth of the month.(16) On her American identity card, the date of birth entered was September 30, 1920.
Related Phrases of date
(1) date of birth ::
Gimimo data
(2) due date ::
dėl datos
(3) expiration date ::
galiojimo laikas
(4) expiry date ::
(5) to date ::
iki šiol
(6) date of issue ::
išdavimo data
(7) birth date ::
Gimimo data
(8) up-to-date ::
1. day ::
2. age ::
3. appointment ::
4. partner ::
5. escort ::
6. engagement ::
7. assign a date to ::
priskirti datą
8. was made in ::
buvo pateiktas
9. become old-fashioned ::
10. go out with ::
išeiti su
11. go out ::
12. date stamp ::
data antspaudas
Different Forms
date, dated, dateless, dates, dating, postdate, postdates, predate, predates
Word Example from TV Shows

All right, without objection,
the minutes of the previous date

All right, without objection, the minutes of the previous DATE

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 12

I'll let you get back to your date.

I'll let you get back to your DATE.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 10

Oh, we're having date night.

Oh, we're having DATE night.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 16

No, no. My point is, uh,
tonight is Sheldon's first official date.

No, no. My point is, uh, tonight is Sheldon's first official DATE.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 1

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