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till

preposition, conjunction uk   us   /tɪl/
A2 up to (the time that); until: We waited till half past six for you. Up till 1918, women in Britain were not allowed to vote. How long is it till your baby is due?
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till

noun [C] uk   us   /tɪl/ mainly UK (US usually register)
the drawer in a cash register (= a machine which records sales in a shop, and in which money is kept) or the cash register itself: Next time you have the till open, could you give me some change? I think these items have been rung up wrongly on the till.

till

verb [T] uk   us   /tɪl/
to prepare and use land for growing crops: This piece of land has been tilled for hundreds of years.
Translations of “till”
in Arabic حَتّى…
in Korean -(언제) 까지…
in Malaysian sampai, sehingga…
in French jusqu’à (ce que)…
in Turkish ... a/e kadar…
in Italian fino a, finché…
in Chinese (Traditional) 直到, 到…為止…
in Russian до…
in Polish (aż) do, dopóki nie…
in Vietnamese cho tới khi…
in Spanish hasta (que)…
in Portuguese até (que)…
in Thai จนกระทั่ง…
in German bis…
in Catalan fins (a)…
in Japanese ~まで…
in Indonesian sampai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直到, 到…为止…
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