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  • noun Plural form of playdate.

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Examples

  • One researcher says the playdates are a good replacement for TV time

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  • One researcher says the playdates are a good replacement for TV time

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  • It is also a highlight for their playdates, which is a great tool that has helped them learn how to share.

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  • So if you haven't taken this precaution, your playdates are a bit more random, and end up thusly: either the child is six months bigger than yours, which might not sound like a lot to you, matey, but it is when you are being dragged along the floor by your nostril.

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  • Zack Snyder's take on the famous graphic novel has already broken a record even before it hits theaters, garnering the widest run - 3,611 "playdates" I'm not sure if that means screens, theaters or what ever for a R-rated flick.

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  • When my girls have friends over yeah we call it "have friends over" and never "playdates"...that's when I get all of my stuff done because they are busy playing with their friend.

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  • Our most common 'playdates' involve us parents's some are mums some are dads timing our trips to the local playground/softplay at the same time on the weekend so the kids can play together.

    The unspoken rules of playdate etiquette

  • When we had "playdates" as children, there was an unspoken rule that if we acted up at our friend's house, their parents had the right to discipline us.

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  • A Nanny's death leads to an investigation of sex, lies and "playdates"

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  • - Touch Pets: push notification for "playdates" with your virtual dogs.

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