Definition of till conjunction from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



conjunction, preposition
BrE BrE//tɪl//
; NAmE NAmE//tɪl//
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 = until We're open till 6 o'clock. Can't you wait till we get home? Just wait till you see it. It's great. Till is generally felt to be more informal than until and is used much less often in writing. At the beginning of a sentence, until is usually used. Word Originconjugation and preposition Old English til, of Germanic origin; related to Old Norse til ‘to’, also ultimately to the verb till.
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