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due date

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
due dateˌdue ˈdate noun [countable usually singular]  TMCTIME/AT A PARTICULAR TIMEthe date on which something is supposed to happen Fewer than five percent of women have their babies on their due date.
Examples from the Corpus
due dateThe new Jan. 22 due date also applies to taxpayers in Washington, Mr Keith adds.The amount and due date will be announced in advance.It was less than satisfying; and yet as his due date neared he kept on, sometimes all night.A loan stock holder is not hampered by such restrictions if his loan stock is not paid on the due date.My first child arrived quite quickly on the due date.The covenant to pay the rent on the due date, quarterly in advance usually, is absolutely fundamental.The due date coincides with the closing ceremonies in Atlanta.Fewer than 5 percent of women deliver on their due date.Only a significantly wrong due date separates Lou Madden from a perfect Super Bowl attendance record.
From Longman Business Dictionarydue dateˈdue dateMANUFACTURINGTAXCOMMERCE the date by which an amount of money must be paid, a document received etcThe loan wasn’t paid on its Sept. 7 due date.Taxpayers have until the due date of the tax return to make these arrangements. date
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