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Conjunction: since  sin(t)s
  1. For the reason that; on account of
    "Since it's snowy, let's go skiing";
    - as, because, for, coz [Brit, informal], cos [Brit, informal], cuz [non-standard, informal]
Preposition: since  sin(t)s
  1. From that time
    "happy since getting married";
    - as of
Adverb: since  sin(t)s
  1. Happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
    - subsequently, later, afterwards, afterward, after, later on
  2. In the past
    "long since";
    - ago

Encyclopedia: Since, Colombia