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till

preposition, conjunction uk   /tɪl/ us  

till

noun [C] uk   /tɪl/ mainly UK (US usually register) us  
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   /tɪl/ us  
to prepare and use land for growing crops: This piece of land has been tilled for hundreds of years.
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