Associations to the word «Till»


TILL, preposition. (now dialectal) To.
TILL, preposition. Until, up to, as late as (a given time).
TILL, conjunction. Until, until the time that.
TILL, noun. A cash register.
TILL, noun. A removable box within a cash register containing the money.
TILL, noun. The contents of a cash register, for example at the beginning or end of the day or of a cashier's shift.
TILL, noun. (obsolete) A tray or drawer in a chest.
TILL, verb. (transitive) To develop so as to improve or prepare for usage; to cultivate (said of knowledge, virtue, mind etc.).
TILL, verb. (transitive) To work or cultivate or plough (soil); to prepare for growing vegetation and crops.
TILL, verb. (intransitive) To cultivate soil.
TILL, verb. (obsolete) To prepare; to get.
TILL, noun. Glacial drift consisting of a mixture of clay, sand, pebbles and boulders
TILL, noun. (dialect) manure or other material used to fertilize land
TILL, noun. A vetch; a tare.
TILL DEATH DO US PART, adverb. (duration) (idiomatic) A common phrase said between the bride and the groom at a Christian wedding, indicating togetherness and commitment.
TILL THE COWS COME HOME, adverb. Alternative form of until the cows come home

Dictionary definition

TILL, noun. Unstratified soil deposited by a glacier; consists of sand and clay and gravel and boulders mixed together.
TILL, noun. A treasury for government funds.
TILL, noun. A strongbox for holding cash.
TILL, verb. Work land as by ploughing, harrowing, and manuring, in order to make it ready for cultivation; "till the soil".

Wise words

We cannot always control our thoughts, but we can control our words, and repetition impresses the subconscious, and we are then master of the situation.
Florence Scovel Shinn