We use it all the time.
Do we really know what it means?
Here ya go. Strap in and hang on to your late 16th century Latin.
It literally means “deferred until morning.”
It comes from the verb procrastinare, derived from the prefix “pro,” meaning “forward,” and the word “crastinus” meaning “belonging to tomorrow.”
Break that latter word down a bit, and you find “cras” is the Latin word for “tomorrow.”
You getting this? There's more. Or shall we table it until morning?
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