Language: Old English
Origin: todæge, todæg, from to 'to, at' + dæg 'day'


1 adverb
to‧day1 S1 W1
1TMC on the day that is happening now [↪ yesterday, tomorrow]:
I couldn't go shopping yesterday so I'll have to go today.
Ed has his music lesson today.
a week from today also today week/a week today British English
We're going on holiday today week.
2 at the present time:
Students today seem to know very little about geography.

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