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da·tum / ˈdātəm; ˈdatəm/ • n. (pl. da·ta / ˈdātə; ˈdatə/ ) See also data. a piece of information. ∎  an assumption or premise from which inferences may be drawn. See sense datum.

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datum

datum (pl. data) Something that is known or assumed to be true. See also DATUM LEVEL; and MARKER BED.

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datum

datum thing given or granted; chiefly pl. data. XVII. — L., n. pp. of dare give.

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