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English

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Etymology

From Middle English < Old English tōdæge, tō dæge, made from + dæge, the dative of dæg (day).

Pronunciation

Adverb

today (not comparable)

Positive
today

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. On the current day or date.
    "I want this done today."
    Today is Thursday.
  2. In the current era; nowadays.
    In the 1500s, people had to do things by hand, but today we have electric can openers.

Translations

Noun

Singular
today

Plural
-

today (-)
  1. The current day or date.
    Today is the day we'll fix this once and for all.

Synonyms

Usage notes

Today has no simple plural; the closest equivalents are phrases:

these days
nowadays

Translations

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