birthdate


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birthdate

(ˈbɜːθdeɪt) or

birth date

n
the date on which a person was born
Translations

birthdate

[ˈbɜːθdeɪt] Nfecha f de nacimiento

birthdate

birth date [ˈbɜːrθdeɪt] ndate f de naissance
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Identical twins share the same birthdate and parents.
During the operational search activities, the Oktyabrskiy district police department detained a suspect with birthdate 1996 on suspicion of this crime.
April 23 is said to be the birthdate of famed poet and playwright William Shakespeare.
I asked him about his birthdate, and he said that he knew his birth year but not the day.
AN historic Victorian shopping arcade is looking to make 2016 a special year for people who share the same birthdate as the Queen.
The results are based on limited data inputs from the user -- birthdate, sex, whether the user smokes and one of three generic health descriptors: poor, average or excellent.
Frost said, "I'm glad to have supported this Bill to give Oxford its official birthdate of July 8, 1713, and have it officially in the State's records.
I'm upbeat about the fortunes this birthdate will bring, but I believe in the will of God more than luck.
There must be a table of birthdate equals compulsory starting school date not dependent on the school.
World Book Night celebrates the birthdate of Shakespeare and Unesco International Day of the Book.
The author gives her birthdate as 1856; the CiP and other sources list it as 1852.
The scanning system tracks patients by palm scan or by name and birthdate and logs the scan into the database.