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    until 4:30

    I asked a friend of mine to meet. She said: "I could meet any time on Thursday until 4:30". Does it mean before or after 4:30? "Until" is translated to my language both ways, it can be as "before" or "not sooner than". Which one is correct?

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    Re: until 4:30

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew. View Post
    I asked a friend of mine to meet. She said: "I could meet any time on Thursday until 4:30". Does it mean before or after 4:30? "Until" is translated to my language both ways, it can be as "before" or "not sooner than". Which one is correct?
    I would take it to mean "before 4:30. In fact I would say "before" rather than "until".

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