From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblind dateˌblind ˈdate noun [countable]SYRELATIONSHIPan arrangedmeeting between two people who have not met each other beforeWould you ever go on a blind date?
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blind date• They chose their high-flying ceremony after a blind date and partybrought them together.• Once seated, Denice tells us she's only been on a blind date once before, and that was years ago.• In mid-September, he met Pamela Digby on a blind date and proposed.• They met on a blind date.• Or a blind date with Black Francis??Blind DateBlind Datea popularBritishtelevision show (1985–2003) in which one person chose a partner from three people who they could not see, by asking them sillyquestions. They then went away for a shortholiday together, and came back on the show the next week to talk about their experiences and say whether they liked each other. There was a similarprogramme on American television called The Dating Game.