Meaning of “now” - Learner’s Dictionary


conjunction us uk /naʊ/ also now that
Extra Examples
She doesn't get out so much now that she's got the baby.How can I face him now that he knows what I've done?We're a lot better off now that Jane's started work again.She gets lonely now that the kids have all left home.Now that she's moved out, Jean seems much happier.

B2 as a result of a new situation:

Now that I've got a car I can visit her more often.
You should help in the house more, now you're older.

(Definition of “now conjunction” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)