dateline

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English[edit]

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From date +‎ line.

Noun[edit]

dateline (plural datelines)

  1. (journalism) A line at the beginning of a document (such as a newspaper article) stating the place of origin and typically the date, and often written in capital letters.

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dateline (third-person singular simple present datelines, present participle datelining, simple past and past participle datelined)

  1. To attach a dateline to a particular document
    • 1993, Joel Williamson, William Faulkner and Southern History[1], ISBN 0195101294, page 207:
      He datelined the entry: "Oxford Mississippi, 27 January, 1926."

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English dateline.

Noun[edit]

dateline m (plural datelines, diminutive datelinetje n)

  1. (journalism) dateline.