set a date


: to decide on a day (for some event to take place or to begin)
They have not yet set a date for the trial.

Examples of set a date in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The funny moment came after it was reported that Sajak had set a date for his final Wheel of Fortune episode after more than 40 years of hosting the show. Esther Kang, Peoplemag, 30 May 2024 The mission team confirmed successful two-way communications and will set a date to unfurl the sail after all commissioning tasks have been completed, according to NASA. Passant Rabie / Gizmodo, Quartz, 2 May 2024 Prosecutors have pressed the judge to set a date for this summer. Compiled By Democrat-Gazette Staff From Wire Reports,, 15 Mar. 2024 Other coal and oil plants in the region have switched energy sources or set a date for their eventual closure. Troy Aidan Sambajon, The Christian Science Monitor, 11 Mar. 2024 As a result, the judge canceled a hearing on Friday to set a date for Esformes’ second trial on the healthcare fraud conspiracy count and other hung charges in Miami federal court. Jay Weaver, Miami Herald, 2 Feb. 2024 All About Its Rare Visibility from Earth Moriarty’s love for teaching and imparting his own knowledge motivated him to set a date for 46 years in the future. Anna Lazarus Caplan, Peoplemag, 9 Apr. 2024 The court is expected to set a date for a preliminary hearing on April 9. Nollyanne Delacruz, The Mercury News, 27 Mar. 2024 At the time of that update, lawyers for Allen and the woman had discussed mediation but not yet set a date. Evan Mealins, USA TODAY, 15 Mar. 2024

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“Set a date.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 13 Jun. 2024.

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