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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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There are many practical issues to be resolved regarding its implementation, particularly with respect to interest accruing prior to date of enactment.
But brace yourself because now he's free to date someone else--and that someone could turn out to be one of your friends.
What once looked like a surprisingly ancient occupation site in northern Australia, with implications for explaining modern human evolution, now appears to date back only a short way into the Stone Age, a new study finds.
This enabled them to date dramatic shifts in the sediments' oxygen isotope ratios, which record the ice ages.
Scientists have used the technique to date a wide variety of material, from the ancient shells of plankton to charcoal in hearths used by Ice Age humans.
The use of a controversial technique to date an underappreciated type of ancient refuse -- ostrich eggshells -- may help resolve questions about modern human origins.