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till1 British & World English

Less formal way of saying until.

till2 British & World English

A cash register or drawer for money in a shop, bank, or restaurant

till3 British & World English

Prepare and cultivate (land) for crops

till4 British & World English

Boulder clay or other sediment deposited by melting glaciers or ice sheets

till1 English Thesaurus

he stayed in bed till 7

till2 English Thesaurus

she counted the money in the till

till3 English Thesaurus

he went back to tilling the land

do something until one is blue in the face British & World English

Put all one’s efforts into doing something to no avail

till the cows come home British & World English

For an indefinitely long time

till death us do part British & World English

For as long as each of a couple live

have one's fingers in the till British & World English

Used in reference to theft from one’s place of work

no-tillage British & World English

Designating a method of planting in which soil is not tilled but instead is planted by insertion of seeds in small slits, weeds being controlled by other means

ne'er cast a clout till May be out British & World English

Do not discard your winter clothes until summer has fully arrived

it isn't over till the fat lady sings British & World English

Used to convey that there is still time for a situation to change

till death us do part in death British & World English

For as long as each of a couple live

till the cows come home in cow1 British & World English

For an indefinitely long time

have one's fingers in the till in till2 British & World English

Used in reference to theft from one’s place of work

do something until one is blue in the face in blue1 British & World English

Put all one’s efforts into doing something to no avail

ne'er cast a clout till May be out in clout British & World English

Do not discard your winter clothes until summer has fully arrived

it isn't over till the fat lady sings in lady British & World English

Used to convey that there is still time for a situation to change

till or until death us do part in death British & World English

For as long as each of a couple live

have or with one's fingers or hand in the till in till2 British & World English

Used in reference to theft from one’s place of work