from now on

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - from now on

"from now on"

beginning now and continuing forever


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - from now on

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  The boss was not happy that her coffee was not ready when she got to the office.

Colleague 2:  Ya, I noticed that.

Colleague 1:  As the most junior member of the team, it is your responsibility to make the coffee before the boss arrives.

Colleague 2:  Sorry. I did not know that. From now on, I will be sure to have the boss's coffee ready.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - from now on

A landlord and tenant are talking ...

Landlord:  This is the third time that you have been warned about making too much noise.

Tenant:  OK. I will be more careful.

Landlord:  You had better be. From now on, if there is too much noise, rather than a warning, the police will be called and eviction proceedings will commence.

Tenant:  I will make sure to keep the noise down.

from now on - Usage:


from now on - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for from now on.

from now on - Examples:

1)  From now on if you yell out, you're going to get thrown out.

2)  Whatever happens from now on in, Hawthorn will always be in my heart.

3)  The bulkhead involved five supplier companies to produce, but from now on will save a huge amount of time in the bus build process.

4)  ... avoid this type of reversion, Samsung will need to safeguard its safety routines from now on and embed the memory of the faults that lead to this incident. 

5)  From now on, I want to write from inside me.

6)  ... the Yuan has become a global 'hard' currency. Its use from now on will accelerate globally, taking from the role the dollar has played until now.

7)  But it's time to evolve. From now on the meetings will focus on your best social/shareable content along with ...

8)  What I have learned today is that hard work truly pays off. From now on I'm going to work hard for anything I want.

9)  ... help as much as I can and hopefully it can be a successful year from now on.

10)  ... will definitely be washing my makeup bag and it's contents much more frequently from now on.

11)  A new man is born today. Life will never be the same from now on. And I am going to love it anyway.

12)  We now face a different challenge. Most of our games are abroad from now on. We must prepare for that.

13)  ... safety first, we have decided to stop selling and producing Galaxy Note 7s from now on.

14)  ... been elevated to the highest career positions in the state public service and from now on, all your actions and inactions will come under intense public scrutiny.

15)  Legislations must be brought to ensure orderliness from now on and for correction of existing distortions over a period of time.

16)  Shun wickedness, evil and violence. From now on become an instrument of peace, everything good, ...

17)  This has to be consistent, and must intensify from now on.

18)  He also added that from now on he will be keeping his relationship private.

19)  The presence of a medical team and an ambulance will be compulsory from now on.

20)  Don't clean up around your husband. Tell him that from now on you will withdraw to your own part of the house and he can look ...