datebook


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date·book

 (dāt′bo͝ok′)
n.
A notebook or calendar for listing appointments, events, and other work-related or social information.

datebook

(ˈdeɪtˌbʊk)
n
US a notebook in which a person keeps a personal record of daily events, appointments, etc

date•book

(ˈdeɪtˌbʊk)

n.
a notebook for listing appointments, making entries of events, etc., usu. for the period of a year.
[1960–65]
Translations
diář
dagbog
päiväkirja
dnevnik
日記
일기
dagbok
สมุดบันทึกประจำวัน
nhật ký

datebook

يَوْمِيَّات diář dagbog Terminkalender ημερολόγιο diario päiväkirja agenda dnevnik diario 日記 일기 dagboek dagbok pamiętnik diário дневник dagbok สมุดบันทึกประจำวัน ajanda nhật ký 日志
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