jusqu'à demain translation | French-English dictionary

jusqu'à demain adv.
until tomorrow

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
prep.
until
adv.
to date
adv.
until yesterday
adv.
until when
exp.
to go as far as
v.
go (vt.) ; go as far as (+inf.) (vt.)
exp.
up till now
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'jusqu'à demain' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
exp.
Tu aurais avantage à attendre jusqudemain.
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jusqu'à

  

      prép  
     (endroit)    as far as  
Il est allé jusqu'au lac en marchant.      He walked as far as the lake.  
On a entendu le bruit de l'explosion jusqu'à la frontière.      The noise of the explosion could be heard as far away as the border.  
     (moment)    until, till  
jusqu'à présent      until now, so far  
     (limite)    up to
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"jusqu'à demain": examples and translations in context
Si la Commission ne veut pas répondre aujourd'hui, elle pourra le faire jusqu'à demain. If the Commission does not want to reply today, it has until tomorrow to do so.
Seuls les vivants peuvent repartir d'ici, jusqu'à demain soir. Only the living can make it out of here, until tomorrow night.
Donne-moi juste... de quoi tenir le coup jusqu'à demain. Just give me some stuff to hold me over until tomorrow.
Je ferai attendre le studio jusqu'à demain, d'accord ? Trust me. I'll put off the studio until tomorrow, okay?
MARCO : Nous resterons jusqu'à demain matin, pas plus. We will stay here until tomorrow morning - no longer.
II serait parfait, mais il est parti jusqu'à demain. Perfect casting, but he's out of town till tomorrow.
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