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Arrange a meeting with someone, as in Let's get the department heads together and make a date for lunch next week, or I've made a date with Jean; can you join us?
At first alluding only to social engagements, especially with a member of the opposite sex, this term, first recorded in 1876, is now used more broadly.
[Hmph.} Well, if you REALLY want to get something off your chest, then say it.
I mean she led me on and then dumped me after that for some guy with a Harley motorcycle named Dirk.
Karen: Hey, Alex [Door slams in her face.] Karen: Ah, Alex.
Karen: Hey, no need to be sore and sensitive about that still.
Sarah says the guy asked her out – to ask someone out is to invite the person to go on a date (a romantic encounter).
Emily then says that she and her last boyfriend didn’t hit it off right away – this means they didn’t have a special connection immediately.
If you hit it off with someone, it means you like each other and you have great social “chemistry” from the first moment you meet.
It has its ups and downs – it may lift you up, it may bring you down.
It might make you the happiest person in the world, it can also put you through hell. In this article we are going to introduce you to some of the most common English idioms about love you may use when talking about this wonderful feeling.
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[Yeah, Trisha.] Well, after hearing that, I was on cloud nine after the first date, thinking that this was the one, but then, she stood me up on the second date.