Since



adverb
1.
from then till now (often preceded by ever):
He was elected in 1978 and has been president ever since.
2.
between a particular past time and the present; subsequently:
She at first refused, but has since consented.
3.
ago; before now:
long since.
preposition
4.
continuously from or counting from:
It has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There have been many changes since the war.
conjunction
6.
in the period following the time when:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he came.
8.
because; inasmuch as:
Since you’re already here, you might as well stay.
preposition
1.
during or throughout the period of time after: since May it has only rained once
conjunction (subordinating)
2.
(sometimes preceded by ever) continuously from or starting from the time when: since we last met, important things have happened
3.
seeing that; because: since you have no money, you can’t come
adverb
4.
since that time: he left yesterday and I haven’t seen him since
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