Definition of 'date of birth'
Example sentences containing 'date of birth'
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She'd had to tell them Johnny's full name and date of birth and give a full description of him. DESPERADOES (2002)`We'll be needing your current address,' she said, `and your date of birth, obviously. BEHINDLINGS (2002)We got name, address, date of birth and occupation (security consultant) out of the way while Richard brewed up. KICK BACK (2002)
Translations for 'date of birth'
British English: date of birth NOUN
Your date of birth is the exact date on which you were born, including the year.
The registration form showed his date of birth.
Definition of date of birth from the Collins English Dictionary
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