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Definition of "year-to-date" []

  • Like the period from the beginning of a fiscal year to the end of a reporting period. (adjective)

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Use "year-to-date" in a sentence
  • "Also, while its stock is down roughly 12% year-to-date, that is still much better than the KBW Bank Index, which is off 24%."
  • "States and municipalities have borrowed $144bn in long-term debt year-to-date, which is $107bn less than last year."
  • "Therefore, my remarks today will refer to year-to-date marketplace performance for the 28 weeks ended July 9, 2011."