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adverb. on the day preceding this day. a short time ago: Yesterday your money went further. ; noun. the day preceding this day. time in the immediate past.
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The meaning of YESTERDAY is on the day last past : on the day preceding today. How to use yesterday in a sentence.
Synonyms for YESTERDAY: auld lang syne, history, past, yesteryear, yore.
Synonyms for YESTERDAY: previously, a day ago, the-other-day, earlier, not long ago, recently, the day before, past, the previous, before, last day, ...
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A.Word.A.Day · PRONUNCIATION: · (oh-puhn-HAN-duhd) · MEANING: · adjective: 1. Generous; liberal. 2. · ETYMOLOGY: · The figurative meaning alludes to someone giving ...
Yesterday is first seen as a single word in a document from about 1250 CE, being spelled as yisterdai. It was formed from the Old English compound noun geostran ...
yesterday Add to list Share · noun. the day immediately before today. “it was in yesterday's newspapers” · noun. the recent past. “yesterday's solutions are not ...
"Yesterday was rainy, but by this morning it had begun to snow. ... An adverb is a word that modifies an adjective (very red), verb (quietly running), ...