The difference between “deadline” and “dateline”

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Do you ever get mixed up between the words “deadline” and “dateline”?

This is a common confusion. After all, they do sound very similar. However, their meanings couldn’t be any more different.

To find out how “deadline” and “dateline” differ, watch this video we made for you!

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