Till

  • 1 tilləmə — «Tilləmək»dən f. is …

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  • 2 Till — glaciar comenzando a ser poblado por pastos …

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  • 3 Till — is unsorted glacial sediment. Glacial drift is a general term for the coarsely graded and extremely heterogeneous sediments of glacial origin. Glacial till is that part of glacial drift which was deposited directly by the glacier. It may vary… …

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  • 4 till — [tɪl, tl] noun [countable] COMMERCE a machine used in shops, restaurants etc for calculating the amount you have to pay, and for storing the money; = CASH REGISTER: • Two armed men ordered the assistant to open the till. • There were queues at… …

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  • 5 Till — Till, prep. [OE. til, Icel. til; akin to Dan. til, Sw. till, OFries. til, also to AS. til good, excellent, G. ziel end, limit, object, OHG. zil, Goth. tils, gatils, fit, convenient, and E. till to cultivate. See {Till}, v. t.] To; unto; up to; as …

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  • 6 Till — Till, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tilled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tilling}.] [OE. tilen, tilien, AS. tilian, teolian, to aim, strive for, till; akin to OS. tilian to get, D. telen to propagate, G. zielen to aim, ziel an end, object, and perhaps also to E.… …

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  • 7 Till — Till, conj. As far as; up to the place or degree that; especially, up to the time that; that is, to the time specified in the sentence or clause following; until. [1913 Webster] And said unto them, Occupy till I come. Luke xix. 13. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 Till — ist Till (Name), siehe dort für Etymologie und Namensträger Till (Fluss), einen Fluss in der Grafschaft Northumberland, England Till Moyland, einen Ortsteil der Gemeinde Bedburg Hau in Nordrhein Westfalen Till Eulenspiegel, Titelheld eines… …

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  • 9 till — ● till nom masculin (anglais till) Dépôt morainique non consolidé. till [til] n. m., ou tillite [tilit] n. f. ÉTYM. 1893, till; tillite, XXe; en angl., 1918; mot angl. d Écosse, d orig. inconnue. ❖ …

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  • 10 till — s.n. (geol.) Amestec eterogen de fragmente de rocă (roc), depus direct din gheaţă, fără a fi transportat de apă. [< engl. till]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN  TILL s. n. amestec eterogen de fragmente de rocă, depus direct din …

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  • 11 Till — Till, n. [Properly, a drawer, from OE. tillen to draw. See {Tiller} the lever of a rudder.] A drawer. Specifically: (a) A tray or drawer in a chest. (b) A money drawer in a shop or store. [1913 Webster] {Till alarm}, a device for sounding an… …

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  • 12 till — Ⅰ. till [2] ► NOUN ▪ a cash register or drawer for money in a shop, bank, or restaurant. ORIGIN originally in the sense «drawer or compartment for valuables»: of unknown origin. Ⅱ. till [3] ► VERB ▪ prepare and cultivate (land) for crops …

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  • 13 till|er — till|er1 «TIHL uhr», noun. a bar or handle at the stern used to turn the rudder in steering a boat. ╂[< Anglo French teiler, OFrench telier (originally) weaver s beam, learned borrowing from Medieval Latin telarium < Latin tēla web, loom]… …

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  • 14 Till — Till, v. i. To cultivate land. Piers Plowman. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Till — Till, n. [Abbrev. from lentil.] A vetch; a tare. [Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 16 Till — Till, n. 1. (Geol.) A deposit of clay, sand, and gravel, without lamination, formed in a glacier valley by means of the waters derived from the melting glaciers; sometimes applied to alluvium of an upper river terrace, when not laminated, and… …

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  • 17 Till — Till, Tyll Kurz und Koseform von Namen mit »Diet« (Bedeutung: Volk) und von → Theoderich. Vor allem in Norddeutschland verbreitet. Bekannt durch die Figur des Till Eulenspiegel. In Deutschland seit Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts mit wachsender… …

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  • 18 till — [n] cash box box, cash drawer, cash register, kitty*, money box, safe, tray, treasury, vault; concept 339 till [v] cultivate land dig, dress, farm, grow, harrow, hoe, labor, mulch, plant, plough, plow, prepare, raise crops, sow, tend, turn, turn… …

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  • 19 till — till1 [til] prep. [ME < OE til, akin to ON, to, till, OE, fitness: for IE base see TILL2] 1. UNTIL 2. Now Scot. up to the place of; as far as conj. UNTIL till2 [til] vt., vi …

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  • 20 Till [1] — Till, das schmale Fahrwasser, bes. in Flußmündungen …

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