Idiom:  to date

Definition

Idiom:  to date

  • until now
  • up to the present time


Example sentences

  • To date, we haven’t received any complaints about our new service.
  • We've only got 15 people registered for the seminar to date but most people will register the day before.
  • We haven't needed a receptionist to date but now I think we really have to consider hiring one.
  • This action movie has been the biggest box office success this year to date.
  • Our Girl Scout troop has sold more than 15,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookie to date.
  • Who's recorded the fastest marathon time to date?
  • If you've only completed two assignments to date, you're unlikely to pass the class.
  • What are our expenditures on office supplies to date?
  • To date, we've interviewed three people for the young entrepreneurs article and we'd like to interview three more next week.
  • I'm calling about my order. The confirmation said it would be sent in two different shipments but I still haven't received either package to date.


Synonyms

  • thus far 
  • up until now 
  • until this point


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