make a date

make a date

To arrange with someone to meet at a particular date and time. A: "I'd love to pick your brain about sales strategies you might be willing to share." B: "Sure, let's make a date to meet sometime in the next week or so." We made a date to go over our father's estate this Saturday evening.
See also: date, make

make a date

Arrange a meeting with someone, as in Let's get the department heads together and make a date for lunch next week, or I've made a date with Jean; can you join us? At first alluding only to social engagements, especially with a member of the opposite sex, this term, first recorded in 1876, is now used more broadly.
See also: date, make