Today, more than a million people live there. Noun Have you read today's newspaper? Cars aren't built today like they were 30 years ago. If nice chat big science project is due today and you haven't even started, you'd better get busy!
More colloquial are these days and nowadays. I worry about children today. But today, we simply use today.
Today, my brother went to the shops. Noun A current day or date.
I want this done today. In the current era ; nowadays.
Today is the day we'll fix this once and for all. I have an appointment later today.
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English Wiktionary. They announced today that he'll be promoted.
Today can also mean "at the present period of time. Earlier today I saw my cousin.
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See More First Known Use of today Adverb before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1 Nounin the meaning defined above Adjectivein the meaning defined above Keep scrolling for more. In YourDictionary.
Before the 16th century, today was two separate words, to day, and then for another three hundred years or so, it was hyphenated: to-day. It refers to days that we experience, have experienced or will experience as "today". See to and day.
In the s, people had to do things by hand, but today we have electric can openers. Usage notes Todays is a mostly literary plural.