How to say till in Japanese



  • till; to; over (a period); through (e.g. Monday through Thursday); about (approx. time or place); on
  • concerning (an area of expertise)
  • swearing by (one's sword, God, etc.)

Example Sentences

Why have you kept such an excellent wine back till now?
I broke the one I've been using till now this morning while playing with a ball in the room.
What have you been getting up to till now?!
Even if we don't get lucky on the first try we can just keep fucking till I get pregnant.
You're Daisho? Up till now you've really lorded it over us haven't you?

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