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expiration date

noun
1.
the last date that a product, as food, should be used before it is considered spoiled or ineffective, usually specified on the label or package.
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Examples for expiration date
  • The delay is a safeguard, but it has an expiration date.
  • There is still no standardization but texts purchased online come with a six-month expiration date.
  • Retailers typically give pasteurized milk an expiration date of four to six days.
  • But if it is important enough, companies will try to get around the inconvenience of an expiration date.
  • They come with an expiration date, which can be minutes or years ahead, after which the browser deletes them.
  • Once a molecule is patented, the clock starts ticking towards the expiration date of the patent.
  • And yet, to hear those companies tell it, the bar code's expiration date may be nigh.
  • Life is endless opportunity with a with an expiration date, and you are wasting yours in ignorance and spite.
  • They know the non-renewable gravy train has an expiration date and they are making sure they are well positioned for the change.
  • Read the terms and conditions when you get the card, and check for an expiration date or any fees.

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