marked by features of the immediate and usually discounted past
(dating) use of chemical analysis to estimate the age of geological specimens
Dating is a form of courtship, and may include any social activity undertaken by, typically, two persons with the aim of each assessing the other's suitability as a partner in an intimate relationship or as a spouse. ...
Marked with a date; Out of date; Anachronistic; being obviously inappropriate for its present context; No longer fashionable
(datedly) In a dated manner
(datedness) The quality of being dated; being out-of-date
(Dating) Determining the age of something. See relative dating and absolute dating.
(Dating) Applications which promote or provide opportunity for establishing or continuing romantic or sexual relationships. ...
(Dating) Credit extension beyond normal terms of a credit supplier.
(Dating) Intimacy’s version of trying to find intelligent life on Mars.
(Dating) Term for a deferred billing practice in which the retailer isn’t required to pay for the merchandise it receives for several months, with no interest charged.
(Dating) The extension of credit by a bank to a customer for a longer-than-normal period of time.
(Dating) The time limits that apply to paying for merchandise. Dating involves two different periods: (1) the last day on which the cash discount is allowed and (2) the last day for payment before the bill is considered overdue. ...
(Dating) discusses concepts of taking a girl on dates after the first meeting. The first date is normally called a day 2.
(Dating) n. A sequence of miniature marriages, complete with miniature sex, ending in miniature divorces.
(Dating) strange social activity usually not undertaken by computer geeks.
(dating) A social activity that typically begins in mid-adolescence.
(dating) A supplier's offer that provides discounts for payment of an invoice at some future date. The longer the time period the better the arrangement. See extended dating.
(Datings) Terms of sale which extend the period within which the debtor is to make payment. Example: Normal terms are Net 30 Days. On a bill for merchandise shipped September 15, a bill is dated "as of November 15" making payment due December 15.
A matchcover category with a date (month, day and year or year along) appearing somewhere (inside or outside). They were usually issued by a business or organization to celebrate an anniversary or special event. ...