Idiom: it's early days (yet)
Idiom: it's early days (yet / still)
- it's too soon to decide about something or make a judgment
- I think the chemotherapy has killed the cancer but it's early days yet.
- So far my new assistant is doing okay but it's still early days yet.
- Our rescue dog doesn't want to leave his cage but it's early days and we need to be patient.
- "How do you like your new school?" "The people seem nice but it's early days."
- "I'm a bit worried because we don't have a lot of people registered for the conference but it's early days so we'll see."
- "This semester has been going pretty well. I understand what we've covered so far in chemistry but it's early days so you never know."
- The antidepressant I started taking doesn't seem to be working but my doctor assures me it's early days and it will take a couple of weeks for it to be effective.
- My children seem to like their new school but it’s early days yet.
- The New York Giants are having a fantastic season but it’s early days still.
- Our company is experiencing 50% growth so far this year but it’s still early days.
- Joining the Peace Corps has been extremely difficult but it’s early days yet and I need to give it more time.
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