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  1. Zululkree says:
    Definition of until (Entry 1 of 2) 1 chiefly Scotland: to 2 —used as a function word to indicate continuance (as of an action or condition) to a specified time stayed until morning.
  2. Tojall says:
    Until definition, up to the time that or when; till: He read until his guests arrived. See more.
  3. Karan says:
    1. till, up to, up till, up to the time, as late as consumers who have waited until after the Christmas holiday 2. before, up to, prior to, in advance of, previous to, pre- .
  4. Tejora says:
    1. preposition If something happens until a particular time, it happens during the period before that time and stops at that time. Until , he was a high-ranking officer in the neuposcaitajohnknow.mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coers who have waited until after the Christmas holiday to do that holiday shopping.
  5. Goltikasa says:
    Until is a preposition and a conjunction. Until is often shortened to till or ’til. Till and ’til are more informal and we don’t usually use them in formal writing. Until as a preposition.
  6. Mikanos says:
    till 1 (tĭl) tr.v. tilled, till·ing, tills To prepare (land) for the raising of crops, as by plowing and harrowing; cultivate. [Middle English tillen, from Old English tilian.] till′a·ble adj. till 2 (tĭl) prep. Until. conj. Until. [Middle English, from Old English til, from Old Norse.] Usage Note: Till and until are generally interchangeable in.
  7. Mazugami says:
    Until, till, and 'til are all used in modern English to denote when something will happen. Until and till are both standard, but what might be surprising is that till is the older word. 'Til, with one L, is an informal and poetic shortening of until. The form 'till, with an additional L, is rarely if ever used today.
  8. Netaxe says:
    wait until I get back espera hasta que yo vuelva; until they build the new road hasta que construyan la nueva carretera; until they come/sleep hasta que vengan/se duerman; he won't come until you invite him no vendrá hasta que (no) lo invites; they did nothing until we came no hicieron nada hasta que (no) vinimos nosotros; I don't get up until eight o'clock no me levanto antes de las ocho.
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