play date

noun
an appointment made by several parents to have their young children play together.

Origin:
1985–90

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Main Entry:  play date
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  an appointment made by parents for their children to play together
Example:  We thought that by 11 years old, we would no longer have to arrange play dates.
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One day they decided to make a play date at the local zoo.
As a result, the play date sessions also became opportunities for the mothers to interact with their peers.
However, no measures have been published which quantify play date quality.
Make a play date with yourself and get reacquainted with fave toys from your younger days.
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