Business Dictionary :
Date : noun : Number of day, month and year
• I have received your letter of yesterday's date.
Date stamp = rubber stamp for marking the date on letters received
Date of receipt = date when something is received
Up to date = current or recent or modern
• An up-to-date computer system
• To bring something up to date = to add the latest information to something
• To keep something up to date = to keep adding
information to some¬thing so that it is always up to date
• We spend a lot of time keeping our mailing list up to date
To date = up to now
Maturity date : when a government stock will mature
• Interest to date = interest up to the present time
Out of date = old-fashioned
• Their computer system is years out of date
• They are still using out-of-date machinery.
Date of bill = date when a bill will mature
Date : verb : to put a date on a document
• The cheque was dated March 24th.
Dated : adjective : with a date written on it
• You forgot to date the cheque.
• To date a cheque forward = to put a later date than the present one on a cheque
• Thank you for your letter dated June 15th.
Long-dated bill = bill which is payable more than three months from now
Short-dated bill = bill which is payable within a few days
From Date to HOME PAGE