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Top definition. Date : An audition for sex. In preparation for his big date, Johnny brushed his tooth with great care. Two people getting together for an activity when the possibility of romance between them has been broached but not ruled out. Since the exploration of romance is the purpose of a date, merely asking someone out on a date is sufficient to broach the subject. Dates may or not continue once a couple have entered into a romantic relationship. The word "date" may be used to identify a get together between two people not romantically involved, but this usage is meant to convey irony, since such a meeting is not a date in the true sense of the word.
Middle English, from Anglo-French, ultimately from Latin dactylus — more at dactyl. Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin data , from data as in data Romae given at Rome , feminine of Latin datus , past participle of dare to give; akin to Latin dos gift, dowry, Greek didonai to give. See more words from the same century.
From English date. Borrowed from Late Latin data , from the feminine of Latin data.