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Detailed Translations for dater from French to English


dater verb (date, dates, datons, datez, )

  1. dater
    to date
    • date verb (dates, dated, dating)

Conjugations for dater:

  1. date
  2. dates
  3. date
  4. datons
  5. datez
  6. datent
  1. datais
  2. datais
  3. datait
  4. dations
  5. datiez
  6. dataient
passé simple
  1. datai
  2. datas
  3. data
  4. datâmes
  5. datâtes
  6. datèrent
futur simple
  1. daterai
  2. dateras
  3. datera
  4. daterons
  5. daterez
  6. dateront
subjonctif présent
  1. que je date
  2. que tu dates
  3. qu'il date
  4. que nous dations
  5. que vous datiez
  6. qu'ils datent
conditionnel présent
  1. daterais
  2. daterais
  3. daterait
  4. daterions
  5. dateriez
  6. dateraient
passé composé
  1. ai daté
  2. as daté
  3. a daté
  4. avons daté
  5. avez daté
  6. ont daté
  1. date!
  2. datez!
  3. datons!
  4. daté
  5. datant
1. je, 2. tu, 3. il/elle/on, 4. nous, 5. vous, 6. ils/elles

Translation Matrix for dater:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
date année; date; datte; instant; liaison; moment; rendez-vous
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
date dater fréquenter; sortir avec

Wiktionary Translations for dater:

  1. marquer la date de quelque chose.
  1. to determine the age of something
  2. to note the time of writing or executing

Cross Translation:
dater date dateren — de datum van ontstaan bepalen

Related Translations for dater


Detailed Translations for dater from English to French


date [the ~] noun

  1. the date
    la date
  2. the date
    la datte
  3. the date (appointment)
    le rendez-vous; la liaison
  4. the date (moment)
    le moment; l'instant
  5. the date (year)
    l'année; la date
  6. the date
    – A SQL Server system data type that stores a date value from January 1, 1 A.D., through December 31, 9999 1
    la date

to date verb (dates, dated, dating)

  1. to date
    • dater verb (date, dates, datons, datez, )
  2. to date
    sortir avec; fréquenter
    • fréquenter verb (fréquente, fréquentes, fréquentons, fréquentez, )

Conjugations for date:

  1. date
  2. date
  3. dates
  4. date
  5. date
  6. date
simple past
  1. dated
  2. dated
  3. dated
  4. dated
  5. dated
  6. dated
present perfect
  1. have dated
  2. have dated
  3. has dated
  4. have dated
  5. have dated
  6. have dated
past continuous
  1. was dating
  2. were dating
  3. was dating
  4. were dating
  5. were dating
  6. were dating
  1. shall date
  2. will date
  3. will date
  4. shall date
  5. will date
  6. will date
continuous present
  1. am dating
  2. are dating
  3. is dating
  4. are dating
  5. are dating
  6. are dating
  1. be dated
  2. be dated
  3. be dated
  4. be dated
  5. be dated
  6. be dated
  1. date!
  2. let's date!
  3. dated
  4. dating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for date:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
année date; year conscription; draft; volume; year of one's life; year of publication
date date; year age
datte date
instant date; moment minute; moment; opinion; point of view; position; second; standpoint; view
liaison appointment; date OLE/DDE link; affair; agreement; alliance; amorous adventure; association; band; binding; bond; combination; connection; contact; courtship; data binding; junction; junctions; league; liaison; line; link; linkage; linking; linking together; love affair; pact; relationship; relative context; romance; romanticism; telephone connection; thickness; union; wooing
moment date; moment little while; minute; moment; opinion; period of time; point of view; position; second; space of time; standpoint; view; while
rendez-vous appointment; date appointment
- appointment; day of the month; engagement; escort; particular date
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dater date
fréquenter date call at; call on; come past; drop by; drop in; frequent; hang around with; have contact; look for; look up; pass; seek out; visit
liaison link
sortir avec date
- date stamp; go out; go steady; see
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
liaison linking
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- year

Related Words for "date":

  • dating, datable, dates, dater

Synonyms for "date":

Related Definitions for "date":

  1. sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed2
  2. a meeting arranged in advance2
    • she asked how to avoid kissing at the end of a date2
  3. a participant in a date2
    • his date never stopped talking2
  4. the present2
    • they are up to date2
    • we haven't heard from them to date2
  5. the specified day of the month2
    • what is the date today?2
  6. a particular day specified as the time something happens2
    • the date of the election is set by law2
  7. the particular day, month, or year (usually according to the Gregorian calendar) that an event occurred2
    • he tried to memorizes all the dates for his history class2
  8. a particular but unspecified point in time2
    • they hoped to get together at an early date2
  9. assign a date to; determine the (probable) date of2
    • Scientists often cannot date precisely archeological or prehistorical findings2
  10. provide with a dateline; mark with a date2
    • She wrote the letter on Monday but she dated it Saturday so as not to reveal that she procrastinated2
  11. stamp with a date2
    • The package is dated November 242
  12. go on a date with2
    • Tonight she is dating a former high school sweetheart2
  13. date regularly; have a steady relationship with2
    • He is dating his former wife again!2
  14. A SQL Server system data type that stores a date value from January 1, 1 A.D., through December 31, 99991

Wiktionary Translations for date:

  1. to become old
  2. to determine the age of something
  3. to note the time of writing or executing
  1. meeting with a lover or potential lover; a person so met
  2. pre-arranged social meeting
  3. point of time at which a transaction or event takes place
  4. that which specifies the time of writing, inscription etc.
  5. fruit of the date palm
  1. indication du temps où une lettre écrire, où un acte passer, etc.
  2. fruit comestible du palmier-dattier (Phoenix dactylifera), oblong, de quatre à six centimètres de long, contenant un noyau allongé, marqué d’un sillon longitudinal.
  3. (argot) renseignement confidentiel.
  4. Traductions à trier suivant le sens.
  5. Réunion galante entre amoureux
  1. marquer la date de quelque chose.
  2. indiquer l'année de production ou de fabrication.

Cross Translation:
date être dépassé verouderen — uit de mode raken
date date datum — een tijdsaanduiding die bestaant uit een dag(nummer), een maand en een jaar
date dater dateren — de datum van ontstaan bepalen
date datte dadel — een vrucht van de dadelpalm
date rendez-vous afspraakje — een afspraak tussen verliefden om elkaar te ontmoeten
date rendez-vous Dateumgangsspachlich: Verabredung, meistens von zwei Verliebten
date datte Dattel — süße Frucht der Dattelpalme (Phoenix dactylifera)
date date Datum — Angabe des Kalendertages
date année; date Jahreszahl — die Zahl, die ein bestimmtes Jahr entsprechend der Zeitrechnung bezeichnet
date rendez-vous RendezvousTreffen oder Verabredung mit amourösen Absichten
date rendez-vous Stelldichein — eine Verabredung zweier Verliebter Stelldichein Rendezvous
date rendez-vous Termin — der Zeitpunkt. Von den Umständen der Termin-Nennung ist abhängig, ob der Termin ein genauer, spätester, frühester oder ungefährer Termin sein soll.