Meaning of till
- up to the time of; until: to fight till death.
- before (used in negative constructions): He did not come till today.
- near or at a specified time: till evening.
- before; to: It's ten till four on my watch.
- to the time that or when; until.
- before (used in negative constructions).
- to labor, as by plowing or harrowing, upon (land) for the raising of crops; cultivate.
- to plow.
- to cultivate the soil.
- a drawer, box, or the like, as in a shop or bank, in which money is kept.
- a drawer, tray, or the like, as in a cabinet or chest, for keeping valuables.
- an arrangement of drawers or pigeonholes, as on a desk top.
- glacial drift consisting of an unassorted mixure of clay, sand, gravel, and boulders.
- a stiff clay.
- till (Thesaurus)