early days

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Noun[edit]

early days (plural only)

  1. A time too soon to make a decision or come to a conclusion.
    I expect Wakefield United will win the cup this year, from their present performance, but it is early days yet to be really sure.
  2. The initial period of an innovation
    In the early days of television, the service was always breaking down.
  3. Initial stages of a project.
    Hold on. We're still early days on this.

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