Synonyms of till in English:

till1

noun

  • 1 she counted the money in the till
    cash register, cash drawer(s), cashbox, strongbox; checkout
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    Pronunciation: əˈnɒm(ə)ləs
    adjective
    deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected

    Synonyms of till in English:

    till2

    verb

  • 1 he went back to tilling the land
    cultivate, work, farm, plow, dig, hoe, turn over, prepare
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    Synonyms of till in English:

    till3

    preposition & conjunction

  • 1 he'll be in London till July
    until, to, up to, through (to), up until, as late as
  • 2 we didn't know about this till yesterday
    before, prior to, previous to, up to, up until, earlier than
  • Usage

    till, until

    In most contexts, till and until have the same meaning and are interchangeable. The main difference is that till is generally considered to be more informal than until. Until occurs much more frequently than till in writing. In addition, until tends to be the natural choice at the beginning of a sentence: until very recently, there was still a chance of rescuing the situation. Interestingly, while it is commonly assumed that till is an abbreviated form of until (the spellings 'till and 'til reflect this), till is in fact the earlier form. Until appears to have been formed by the addition of Old Norse und (‘as far as’) several hundred years after the date of the first records for till

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