What is another word for Bis?

Pronunciation: [bˈɪs] (IPA)

The German word "Bis" can be translated into English in many ways. It means "until" or "up to" as in "bis morgen" which translates to "until tomorrow". It can also mean "by" or "no later than" as in "Ich werde bis 5 Uhr da sein" which translates to "I will be there by 5 o'clock". Another synonym for "Bis" is "through" or "via" as in "Ich fahre bis nach Paris" which translates to "I am driving through to Paris". Lastly, it can mean "as far as" or "regarding" as in "Bis zu einem gewissen Grad" which translates to "As far as to a certain extent".

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Usage examples for Bis

He is passing as Monsieur Felix Reumont, and is living at 114 Bis, Avenue de Neuilly, close to the Pont.
"The Secrets of Potsdam"
William Le Queux
The audience was completely shaken out of its fashionable immobility, and "superb," "bravo," "magnificent," "encore," "Bis," were heard on all sides.
James Huneker
Pavit oves Cithiso qui sub Bis Praesule bino Atque lupi rabiem movit ab Aede trucem.
"The Irish Ecclesiastical Record, Volume 1, August 1865"
Society of Clergymen

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