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Phrasal Verbs

date from

This page is about the phrasal verb date from

Meaning: If something dates from a certain time, it was made at that time.

For example:

  • date from These antique glasses date from the mid-eighteenth century.

  • date from How can I found out if these coins really date from the period he claims they were from?

Quick Quiz:

Treasure hunters have discovered a shipwreck on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean that dates from

a. last week

b. the sixteenth century

c. Spain

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