Date in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation
1. dátil (m) (fruit)
  • date palm palmera (f) datilera
1. fecha (f) (day)
  • date of birth fecha de nacimiento
  • what's the date (today)? ¿a qué (fecha) estamos hoy?, ¿qué fecha es hoy?, ¿a cómo estamos? (Am)
  • to fix a date for something fijar una fecha para algo
  • to have a date with somebody haber quedado or tener una cita con alguien
  • to date hasta la fecha
  • up to date al día
  • out of date anticuado(a), pasado(a) de moda
  • date stamp sello (m) con la fecha
2. cita (f) (with girlfriend, boyfriend)
  • date rape = violación por una persona a la que se ha conocido de forma circunstancial o en una cita
3. pareja (f) (girlfriend, boyfriend) (Estados Unidos)
transitive verb
4. fechar (letter, ticket)
  • that dates you eso demuestra lo viejo que eres
5. salir con (go out with) (Estados Unidos)
intransitive verb
  • to date from or back to remontarse a; (custom, practice) datar de (building)
6. pasar de moda (go out of fashion)
date [deɪt]
1 (year, day of month) fecha (f)
what's the date today? what date is it today? ¿qué fecha es hoy?
date of birth fecha (f) de nacimiento
closing date fecha (f) tope
at an early date (in the future) en fecha próxima; dentro de poco
at some future date en alguna fecha futura
date of issue fecha (f) de emisión
at a later date en una fecha posterior
opening date fecha (f) de apertura
to date hasta la fecha
out of date to go out of date up to date to be up to date to be up to date in one's thinking to be up to date in one's studies to bring sth up to date to bring sb up to date
2 (appointment) cita (f); compromiso (m); (with girlfriend, boyfriend) cita (f)
to have a date with sb tener una cita con algn
have you got a date tonight? ¿tienes algún compromiso para esta noche?
to make a date with sb citarse or quedar con algn
they made a date for eight o'clock se citaron para las ocho; quedaron a las ocho
3 (person one is dating) pareja (f); acompañante (m)
who's your date for tonight? ¿con quién sales esta noche?
4 (concert etc) actuación (f)
They're playing three dates in Britain
transitive verb
1 (put date on) [+letter] fechar; poner fecha a
2 (establish age of) [+object] fechar; datar
It is very difficult to date the carving The manuscript has been dated at around 1,000 BC Archeologists have dated the fort to the reign of Antoninus Pius
3 (show age of) [+person]
you remember the Tremeloes? that really dates you! ¿recuerdas a los Tremeloes? ¡eso demuestra lo viejo que eres!
4 (go out with) [+girl etc] salir con; pololear con; (Chile)
intransitive verb
1 (show age) pasar de moda
to date back to [+time] remontarse a; to date from datar de
3 (go out with sb)
is she dating? ¿sale con chicos?; they've been dating for three months llevan saliendo juntos tres meses
date rape (n) violación (f) durante una cita amorosa
date stamp (n) (on library book, fresh food) sello (m) de fecha; (postmark) matasellos (m)
date [deɪt]
(Bot) (fruit) dátil (m);(also date palm) palmera (f) datilera
transitive verb
1. to date
intransitive verb
  • datar de to date back to, to date from
transitive verb
to date
intransitive verb
datar de to date from; date back to; esto data de muy atrás this goes a long way back
Verb Conjugations for datar
Gerund: datando
Participle: datado
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