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  1. Traducción of until | Diccionario GLOBAL Inglés-Español until conjunction / ʌnˈtɪl/ indicates the period or time when sth ends or stops hasta Keep the ice on your thumb until you go to bed. Mantenga el hielo en su pulgar hasta que se vaya a la cama. Until I saw it for myself, I didn’t believe it. Hasta que lo vi por mí mismo, no lo creí.

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    Jan 17, 2023 · (Appalachians, also) enPR: ŭn-tĭlʹ IPA ( key): /ˈʌntəl/ [1] Audio (US) 0:01 Rhymes: -ɪl Hyphenation: un‧til Preposition [ edit] until Up to the time of (something happening). quotations If you can wait until after my meeting with her, we'll talk then. Up to (a certain place) Keep walking until the second set of traffic lights, then turn left.

  3. until / ( ʌnˈtɪl) / conjunction (subordinating) up to (a time) that he laughed until he cried (used with a negative) before (a time or event) until you change, you can't go out preposition (often preceded by up) in or throughout the period before he waited until six (used with a negative) earlier than; before he won't come until tomorrow

  4. Aug 16, 2011 · If you have until a date to submit payment, does that mean you can still turn it in on that date, or do they expect to see payment on (date - 1)? The word until does not make a clear distinction. Don't assume that until means through. Be safe, and pay a day ahead. See #8 in the following article:

  5. Cambridge dictionary states that "until" is a preposition, and it means "up to" (the point in time or the event mentioned). It indicates the limit of action, and it can refer to the moment one stops doing something. They will not stop insisting until there is a resolution. I don't stop working until I'm satisfied with the outcome.

  6. Tradução de until | Dicionário GLOBAL inglês-português until conjunction / ʌnˈtɪl/ indicates the period or time when sth ends or stops até Keep the ice on your thumb until you go to bed. Mantenha o gelo no dedão até você ir dormir. Until I saw it for myself, I didn’t believe it. Até que eu vi com meus próprios olhos, eu não acreditei.

  7. until. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English un‧til /ʌnˈtɪl, ən-/ S1 W1 preposition, conjunction 1 if something happens until a particular time, it continues and then stops at that time The ticket is valid until March. He waited until she had finished speaking. Until recently, Anna worked as a teacher in Japan.

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