playdate


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play·date

 (plā′dāt′)
n.
A scheduled time for a child to visit and play with another.

playdate

(ˈpleɪˌdeɪt)
n
a gathering of children at a house for play
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The league has one remaining playdate to complete the first round the triple-header that was postponed twice due to bad weather.
This is the fourth time that the NCAA has called off a playdate because of expected heavy rainfall.
She was recently spotted on a playdate with (https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/16/irina-shayk-embraces-inner-kid-playdate-daughter-lea-split-bradley-cooper-10353104/) Lea , her 2-year-old daughter with Cooper.
The top 10 from the intermediate round will then be pitted next to other Mindanao entries on that afternoon playdate set at 1 p.m.
Earlier in 2018, the little Pataudi went for a 'playdate' with Karan Johar's twins Roohi and Yash, and a video of the trio was posted by Karan on Instagram, where they were seen rolling over several coloured balls.
A woman who came in for a debate on an issue raised during a playdate was left in tears on air when he branded her the "worst kind of mother".
Panic's Playdate MAKE A DATE WITH RETRO FUN THESE days, it's quite hard to be surprised by the goings on in the world of technology.
Creating a bigger storm in the tech world this week than a new iPod (see column, far right), was the Playdate - the brainchild of Oregon-based Mac and iOS software creators Panic, in collaboration with Swedish synthesiser magicians Teenage Engineering.
JUSTIN CONNOLLY GETS AN EARLY LOOK AT THE NEW PLAYDATE MAKE A DATE WITH RETRO FUN THESE days, it's quite hard to be surprised by the goings on in the world of technology.
Blackwater, meanwhile, will take on another semifinalist in Rain or Shine on the same playdate.
The Playdate is a rather interesting gaming device with a black and white display.
Middleton's children seemed to be enjoying their playdate. Princess Charlotte was seen performing forward rolls and headstands.