expiry date

noun

British
: the date when something (such as a credit card or driver's license) can no longer legally or officially be used : expiration date

Examples of expiry date in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In fact, electing him again puts the final expiry date on his influence over the Republican Party, thus slowly freeing people to try more brinksmanship with him. Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review, 13 Dec. 2023 Bloomberg reports that the companies say the deal can go ahead under U.S. merger regulations before the deal’s Nov. 26 expiry date. David Meyer, Fortune, 30 Oct. 2023 If formally adopted by Congress, and extended beyond its current expiry date in 2026, this agreement will be good for the cities of Arizona and Nevada, as well as the thirty Native American tribes that have their own rights to the river. Wade Davis, Rolling Stone, 3 Sep. 2023 The invitation is open for every buyer of the 54 Year Old and there is no expiry date. Jillian Dara, Forbes, 23 Feb. 2023

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“Expiry date.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/expiry%20date. Accessed 29 Feb. 2024.

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