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to date

Up to the present time. To date, the company has never released a product that generated less than $100 million in profit. We've received no news to date from our affiliate in Afghanistan.
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to date

up to the present time. How much have you accomplished to date? I've done everything I'm supposed to have done to date.
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to date

Up to now, until the present time, as in To date we've received no word from them. [First half of 1900s]
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to ˈdate

up to and including the present time: To date, we’ve received 40 bookings for the trip, so we’re doing quite well.
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to date

Until now: To date, only half of those invited have responded.
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