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late

 (lāt)
adj. lat·er, lat·est
1.
a. Coming, occurring, continuing, or remaining after the correct, usual, or expected time; delayed: a late breakfast; a late meeting. See Synonyms at tardy.
b. Occurring at an advanced hour, especially well into the evening or night: a late movie on television; the late flight to Denver.
2. Of or toward the end or more advanced part, as of a period or stage: the late 19th century; a later symptom of the disease.
3.
a. Having begun or occurred just previous to the present time; recent: a late development.
b. Contemporary; up-to-date: the latest fashion.
4.
a. Having recently occupied a position or place: the company's late president gave the address.
b. Dead, especially if only recently deceased: in memory of the late explorer. See Synonyms at dead.
adv. later, latest
1. After the expected, usual, or proper time: a train that arrived late; woke late and had to skip breakfast.
2.
a. At or until an advanced hour: talked late into the evening.
b. At or into an advanced period or stage: a project undertaken late in her career.
3. Recently: As late as last week he was still in town.
Idiom:
of late
Recently; lately: was feeling better of late.

[Middle English, from Old English læt; see lē- in Indo-European roots.]

late′ness n.

late

(leɪt)
adj
1. occurring or arriving after the correct or expected time: the train was late.
2. (prenominal) occurring, scheduled for, or being at a relatively advanced time: a late marriage.
3. (prenominal) towards or near the end: the late evening.
4. at an advanced time in the evening or at night: it was late.
5. (prenominal) occurring or being just previous to the present time: his late remarks on industry.
6. (prenominal) having died, esp recently: my late grandfather.
7. (prenominal) just preceding the present or existing person or thing; former: the late manager of this firm.
8. of late recently; lately
adv
9. after the correct or expected time: he arrived late.
10. at a relatively advanced age: she married late.
11. recently; lately: as late as yesterday he was selling books.
12. late hours rising and going to bed later than is usual
13. late in the day
a. at a late or advanced stage
b. too late
[Old English læt; related to Old Norse latr, Gothic lats]
ˈlateness n
Usage: Since late can mean deceased, many people think it is better to avoid using this word to refer to the person who held a post or position before its present holder: the previous (not the late) editor of The Times

late

(leɪt)

adj. lat•er lat•ter, lat•est last, adj.
1. occurring after the usual or proper time: a late spring.
2. continued until after the usual time or hour: a late business meeting.
3. near or at the end of the day or into the night: a late hour.
4. most recent: a late news bulletin.
5. immediately preceding the present one: the late attorney general.
6. recently deceased: the late Mr. Phipps.
7. occurring at an advanced stage in life: a late marriage.
8. belonging to an advanced period or stage in the history or development of something: the late phase of feudalism.
adv.
9. after the usual or proper time, or after delay: to arrive late.
10. until after the usual time or hour; until an advanced hour, esp. of the night: to work late.
11. at or to an advanced time.
12. recently but no longer.
Idioms:
of late, lately; recently.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English læt slow, late, c. Old Saxon lat, Old High German laz, Old Norse latr, Gothic lats]
late′ness, n.
syn: See modern.

late

- Comes from Indo-European lad-, "slow, weary," which begat Latin lassus, "tired," before English late, meaning "slow."
See also related terms for tired.

late

In artillery and naval gunfire support, a report made to the observer or spotter, whenever there is a delay in reporting "shot" by coupling a time in seconds with the report.

former

late
1. 'former'

You use former in front of a noun to indicate that the person you are talking about is no longer the thing referred to by the noun. For example, the former chairman of a company used to be the chairman, but is not the chairman now.

...former President Gerald Ford.
...William Nickerson, a former Treasury official.
2. 'late'

You use late in front of a name or noun to indicate that the person you are talking about has recently died.

...the late Mr Parkin.
I'd like to talk to you about your late husband.

late

lately
1. 'late'

Late can be an adjective or an adverb.

If you are late for something, you arrive after the time that was arranged.

I was ten minutes late for my appointment.

You can also say that someone arrives late.

Etta arrived late.

Don't say that someone 'arrives lately'.

2. 'lately'

You use lately to say that something has been happening since a short time ago.

As you know, I've lately become interested in psychology.
Have you talked to Marianne lately?
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.late - being or occurring at an advanced period of time or after a usual or expected time; "late evening"; "late 18th century"; "a late movie"; "took a late flight"; "had a late breakfast"
early - at or near the beginning of a period of time or course of events or before the usual or expected time; "early morning"; "an early warning"; "early diagnosis"; "an early death"; "took early retirement"; "an early spring"; "early varieties of peas and tomatoes mature before most standard varieties"
middle - between an earlier and a later period of time; "in the middle years"; "in his middle thirties"
2.late - after the expected or usual timelate - after the expected or usual time; delayed; "a belated birthday card"; "I'm late for the plane"; "the train is late"; "tardy children are sent to the principal"; "always tardy in making dental appointments"
unpunctual - not punctual; after the appointed time
3.late - of the immediate past or just previous to the present time; "a late development"; "their late quarrel"; "his recent trip to Africa"; "in recent months"; "a recent issue of the journal"
past - earlier than the present time; no longer current; "time past"; "his youth is past"; "this past Thursday"; "the past year"
4.late - having died recently; "her late husband"
dead - no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life; "the nerve is dead"; "a dead pallor"; "he was marked as a dead man by the assassin"
5.late - of a later stage in the development of a language or literature; used especially of dead languages; "Late Greek"
linguistics - the scientific study of language
early - of an early stage in the development of a language or literature; "the Early Hebrew alphabetical script is that used mainly from the 11th to the 6th centuries B.C."; "Early Modern English is represented in documents printed from 1476 to 1700"
middle - of a stage in the development of a language or literature between earlier and later stages; "Middle English is the English language from about 1100 to 1500"; "Middle Gaelic"
6.late - at or toward an end or late period or stage of development; "the late phase of feudalism"; "a later symptom of the disease"; "later medical science could have saved the child"
early - being or occurring at an early stage of development; "in an early stage"; "early forms of life"; "early man"; "an early computer"
7.late - (used especially of persons) of the immediate past; "the former president"; "our late President is still very active"; "the previous occupant of the White House"
past - earlier than the present time; no longer current; "time past"; "his youth is past"; "this past Thursday"; "the past year"
Adv.1.late - later than usual or than expectedlate - later than usual or than expected; "the train arrived late"; "we awoke late"; "the children came late to school"; "notice came so tardily that we almost missed the deadline"; "I belatedly wished her a happy birthday"
ahead of time, too soon, early - before the usual time or the time expected; "she graduated early"; "the house was completed ahead of time"
2.late - to an advanced time; "deep into the night"; "talked late into the evening"
3.late - at an advanced age or stage; "she married late"; "undertook the project late in her career"
4.late - in the recent past; "he was in Paris recently"; "lately the rules have been enforced"; "as late as yesterday she was fine"; "feeling better of late"; "the spelling was first affected, but latterly the meaning also"

late

adjective
2. dead, deceased, departed, passed on, old, former, previous, preceding, defunct, L8 (S.M.S.) my late husband
dead existing, alive
3. recent, new, advanced, fresh, L8 (S.M.S.) some late news just in for the people of Merseyside
recent old
adverb
1. behind time, belatedly, tardily, behindhand, dilatorily, unpunctually, L8 (S.M.S.) The talks began some fifteen minutes late.
behind time early, in advance, beforehand
2. late at night, in the night, L8 (S.M.S.) We went to bed late.
3. after hours, overtime, till all hours, L8 (S.M.S.) I was working late at the office.
of late recently, just now, in recent times, not long ago, latterly He has changed of late.
Proverbs
"Better late than never"
"It is never too late"

late

adjective
1. Not being on time:
2. Having been such previously:
adverb
1. Not on time:
2. So as to fall behind schedule:
Idiom: behind time.
3. Not long ago:
Idiom: of late.
Translations
الرَّاحِلُالسّابق، الأخير قَبْل الحاليفي ساعَةٍ مُتأخِّرَهفي ساعةٍ مُتأخِّرَهمُتَأخِّرٌ
късно
pozdězesnulýzpožděnýpozdníbývalý
forsinketafdødsentforhenværendesen
edesmennytmyöhämyöhäänmyöhäinenmyöhässä
kasnikasnopokojnipoznoprekasno
elkésvekésõkésőkésõnkésőn
seinnseintseint, síîla; áliîinnfyrrverandiheitinn
故・・・遅い時間に遅れた遅れて
늦게늦은늦은 시간에작고한
ankstesnisbuvęspastaruoju metupavėlavimasper vėlai
iepriekšējaismirušaisnelaiķa-nesenaisnokavējies
târziu
bývalýneskoro
poznopokojnipozen
avlidnesensent
ช้าที่เพิ่งเสียชีวิตสายสาย ช้า
geçeskigeç vakte kadargecenin geç vaktindegecikmeli
muộnquá cốtrễ

late

[leɪt] (later (compar) (latest (superl)))
A. ADV
1. (= towards end of period, day, month, etc) he had arrived late the previous eveninghabía llegado tarde la noche anterior
late at nightmuy de noche, ya entrada la noche
late in the morninga última hora de la mañana
late in the afternoona media tarde
late in the yeara finales del año
late in 1992/Maya finales del año 1992/de mayo
symptoms appear only late in the diseaselos síntomas aparecen sólo cuando la enfermedad ya está muy avanzada
it wasn't until late in his career that he became famoussólo al final de su carrera se hizo famoso, sólo en los últimos años de su carrera se hizo famoso
they scored late in the second halfmetieron un gol ya bien entrado el segundo tiempo
late into the nighthasta bien entrada la noche
late that night I got a phone callya entrada la noche recibí una llamada de teléfono
too latedemasiado tarde
late in the day (= at the last moment) → a última hora; (= too late) it's a bit late in the day to be changing your mindes un poco tarde para cambiar de opinión
2. (= after the usual time) [get up, go to bed] → tarde
the chemist is open late on Thursdaysla farmacia cierra tarde los jueves
everything is flowering very late this yeartodo está floreciendo tardísimo este año
she came late to actingempezó a actuar ya mayor
Liz had started learning German quite late in lifeLiz había empezado a aprender alemán ya mayor
to sleep latelevantarse tarde
to stay up lateirse a la cama tarde, trasnochar
to work latetrabajar hasta tarde
3. (= after arranged/scheduled time) [arrive] → tarde, con retraso
he arrived ten minutes latellegó con diez minutos de retraso, llegó diez minutos tarde
they arrived late for dinnerllegaron tarde or con retraso a la cena
we're running late this morningllevamos retraso esta mañana
we're running about 40 minutes latellevamos unos 40 minutos de retraso, llevamos un retraso de unos 40 minutos
better late than nevermás vale tarde que nunca
4. (= recently)
as late asaún en
as late as 1950aún en 1950
of late (frm) → últimamente, recientemente
Jane Smith, late of Bristol (frm) → Jane Smith, domiciliada hasta hace poco en Bristol
B. ADJ
1. (= towards end of period, day, month, etc) late morningúltima hora f de la mañana
late afternoonmedia tarde f
late eveningúltima hora f de la tarde
late 1989finales de 1989
it was very late and I was tiredera muy tarde y estaba cansado
in late September/springa finales de septiembre/de la primavera
in the late 1960sa finales de los años sesenta
in the late 18th centurya fines del siglo XVIII
to be in one's late thirties/fortiesrondar los cuarenta/cincuenta, tener cerca de cuarenta/cincuenta años
it's getting latese está haciendo tarde
late goalgol m de última hora
I apologize for arriving at this late hoursiento llegar a estas horas
even at this late stageincluso a estas alturas
2. (= after arranged or scheduled time) I apologize for my late arrivalperdone/perdonen mi retraso
we apologize for the late arrival/departure of this trainles rogamos disculpen el retraso en la llegada/salida de este tren
it was postponed to allow for late arrivalsse aplazó por si alguien llegaba tarde or con retraso
our train was late againnuestro tren se retrasó otra vez, nuestro tren llegó con retraso otra vez
as usual, Jim was latecomo siempre, Jim llegó tarde or con retraso, como siempre, Jim se retrasó
sorry I'm late!¡siento llegar tarde or con retraso!
you're late!¡llegas tarde!
the train is 20 minutes lateel tren llega con 20 minutos de retraso, el tren lleva un retraso de 20 minutos
she's 20 minutes latelleva 20 minutos de retraso
I was already ten minutes lateya llegaba diez minutos tarde, ya llevaba diez minutos de retraso
both my babies were latemis dos hijos nacieron más tarde de la fecha prevista
he was late (in) finishing his essayterminó la redacción con retraso
she was late (in) returning from workregresó tarde del trabajo
I was late (in) paying my phone billme retrasé en pagar la factura del teléfono
I'm late for my trainvoy a perder el tren
I'm late for workvoy a llegar tarde al trabajo
I was half an hour late for my appointmentllegué con media hora de retraso a la cita
a fault on the plane made us two hours lateuna avería en el avión nos retrasó dos horas
you're going to make me late for my appointmentvas a hacer que llegue tarde a la cita
we got off to a late startempezamos tarde or con retraso
I was late with the paymentsme había retrasado en los pagos
3. (= after usual or normal time) [reservation, booking] → de última hora; [crop, flowers] → tardío
we had a late breakfast/lunchdesayunamos/comimos tarde
Easter is late this yearla Semana Santa cae tarde este año
"late opening till ten pm on Fridays""los viernes cerramos a las diez"
my period is latese me está retrasando la regla
spring is late this yearla primavera llega tarde este año
see also night A1
4.
too latedemasiado tarde
they tried to operate, but it was too lateintentaron operar, pero era demasiado tarde
it's too late to change your mindes demasiado tarde para cambiar de opinión
it's not too late (for you) to change your mindaún estás a tiempo para cambiar de opinión
it's never too late tonunca es demasiado tarde para ...
see also little A1
5. (Hist, Art) late Baroquebarroco m tardío
the late Middle Agesla baja edad media
a late Georgian houseuna casa de finales del periodo Georgiano
Beethoven's late symphonieslas últimas sinfonías de Beethoven
Rembrandt's late worklas últimas obras de Rembrandt
6. (= dead) → difunto
the late Harry Brownel difunto Harry Brown
7. (frm) (= former) → antiguo
the late Prime Ministerel antiguo primer ministro
C. CPD late edition Nedición f de última hora
see also developer 2

late

[ˈleɪt]
adj
[person] (= not on time) → en retard
we're late → nous sommes en retard
We were a little late → Nous étions un peu en retard.
Hurry up or you'll be late! → Dépêche-toi, sinon tu vas être en retard!
He's a half hour late → Il a une demi-heure de retard.
Sorry I'm late → Désolé d'être en retard.
to be late for school → arriver en retard à l'école
I'm often late for school → J'arrive souvent en retard à l'école.
[bus, train, plane] to be late → avoir du retard
to be 10 minutes late → avoir 10 minutes de retard
The train was 40 minutes late → Le train avait 40 minutes de retard.
(with times of day, seasons, age) it's late (= in the day) → il est tard
It was late in the afternoon → Il était tard dans l'après-midi.
in the late afternoon → en fin d'après-midi
in late May → fin mai
in late spring → à la fin du printemps
the late 1960s → la fin des années 60
to be in one's late thirties → ne pas avoir loin de quarante ans
He was in his late 20s → Il n'avait pas loin de trente ans.
to have a late lunch → déjeuner tard
They had a late lunch → Ils ont déjeuné tard.
to have a late dinner → dîner tard
[arrival, departure] → tardif/ive
to get off to a late start → commencer en retard
His campaign got off to a late start → Sa campagne a commencé en retard.
(= dead) → feu(e) before n
my late husband → feu mon mari
the late Mr Parkin → feu M. Parkin
the late Mrs Parkin → feue Mme Parkin
late of (= formerly resident in) → anciennement de (= former employee of) → anciennement de
(= recent) → récent(e), dernier/ière
adv
[arrive] → en retard
She arrived late → Elle est arrivée en retard.
better late than never! → mieux vaut tard que jamais!
[go to bed, work] → tard
I went to bed late → Je me suis couché tard.
to work late → travailler tard
(in day, week, month, year, life) late next week → vers la fin de la semaine prochaine
late at night → tard dans la nuit
late in life → sur le tard
too late in the day (lit, fig)trop tard
of late advdernièrement

late

adj (+er)
spät; to be late (for something)(zu etw) zu spät kommen; the train/bus is (five minutes) lateder Zug/Bus hat (fünf Minuten) Verspätung; dinner will be late tonightwir essen heute Abend später; (in hotels) → es wird heute Abend später serviert; I was late in getting up this morningich bin heute Morgen zu spät aufgestanden; he is late with his renter hat seine Miete noch nicht bezahlt; he is always late with his renter bezahlt seine Miete immer zu spät; my period is late, I am latemeine Periode ist noch nicht da; I don’t want to make you lateich möchte Sie nicht aufhalten; you’ll make me lateIhretwegen werde ich mich verspäten; that made me late for workdadurch bin ich zu spät zur Arbeit gekommen; I don’t want to make you late for workich möchte nicht, dass du zu spät zur Arbeit kommst; that made the coach latedadurch hatte der Bus Verspätung; that made the harvest latedadurch verzögerte sich die Ernte; due to the late arrival of …wegen der verspäteten Ankunft (+gen); it’s too late (in the day) for thatdafür ist es jetzt zu spät; it’s too late in the day (for you) to do thates ist zu spät (für dich), das noch zu tun; it’s not too late to change your mindes ist noch nicht zu spät, um es sich anders zu überlegen; it’s never too late to learnzum Lernen ist es nie zu spät
it’s latees ist spät; it’s getting latees ist schon spät; is it as late as that?ist es schon so spät?
hourspät; opening hourslang; late train/busSpätzug/-bus m; at this late hourzu so später Stunde, so spät; at a late hourzu später or vorgerückter Stunde; he keeps very late hourser geht sehr spät ins Bett; they work late hourssie arbeiten bis spät (am Abend); the night was cold and the hour latedie Nacht war kalt und es war sehr spät; they had a late dinner yesterdaysie haben gestern spät zu Abend gegessen; there is no late delivery of post on Saturdayssonnabends gibt es keine zweite Zustellung; late night clubNachtbar f; late potato/summer/edition/programmeSpätkartoffel f/-sommer m/-ausgabe f/-programm nt; “late opening until 7pm on Fridays”freitags verlängerte Öffnungszeiten bis 19 Uhr; he’s a late developerer ist ein Spätentwickler; both my babies were latemeine Kinder sind beide nach dem Termin gekommen; late entrants to the examination will be charged £10 extrafür Nachmeldungen zur Prüfung wird eine Gebühr von £ 10 erhoben; this essay was a late entry for the competitiondieser Aufsatz wurde verspätet für den Wettbewerb eingereicht; (= last-minute)dieser Aufsatz wurde in letzter Minute eingereicht; they scored two late goalssie erzielten zwei Tore in den letzten Spielminuten; it happened in the late eightieses geschah Ende der achtziger Jahre; a man in his late eightiesein Mann hoch in den Achtzigern, ein Endachtziger; in the late morningam späten Vormittag; a late 18th-century buildingein Gebäude aus dem späten 18. Jahrhundert; he came in late Juneer kam Ende Juni; Late Stone AgeJungsteinzeit f; Easter is late this yearOstern liegt or ist dieses Jahr spät; spring is late this yearwir haben dieses Jahr einen späten Frühling
(= deceased)verstorben; the late John F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy
(= former) the late Prime Ministerder frühere or vorige Premierminister
(= recent)jüngst; in the late warim letzten Krieg
late of No 13 White Stehemals White St Nr. 13; late of the Diplomatic Serviceehemals or bis vor Kurzem im diplomatischen Dienst tätig
advspät; to come or arrive late (= after the arranged/scheduled time) (person)zu spät kommen; (bus, train)Verspätung haben; I’ll be home late todayich komme heute spät nach Hause, es wird heute spät; the train arrived/was running eight minutes lateder Zug hatte acht Minuten Verspätung; the baby was born two weeks latedas Baby kam zwei Wochen nach dem Termin; we’re running late todaywir sind heute spät dran; better late than neverlieber or besser spät als gar nicht; to sit or stay up latelange aufbleiben; don’t wait up late for mewarte nicht zu lange auf mich; the chemist is open late on Thursdaysdie Apotheke hat donnerstags länger geöffnet; to work late at the officelänger im Büro arbeiten; late at nightspät abends; late last nightspät gestern Abend; late in the nightspät in der Nacht; late into the nightbis spät in die Nacht; late in the afternoonam späten Nachmittag; late last century/in the year(gegen) Ende des letzten Jahrhunderts/Jahres; they scored late in the second halfgegen Ende der zweiten Halbzeit gelang ihnen ein Treffer; he took up the piano rather late in lifeer begann ziemlich spät mit dem Klavierspielen; Goethe was still active even late in lifeGoethe war auch im hohen Alter noch aktiv; we decided rather late in the day to come toowir haben uns ziemlich spät entschlossen, auch zu kommen; he left it very late in the day (to decide)er hat (mit seiner Entscheidung) bis zum letzten Augenblick gewartet; of latein letzter Zeit; until as late as 1900noch bis 1900; it was as late as 1900 before child labour (Brit) or labor (US) was abolishederst 1900 wurde die Kinderarbeit abgeschafft

late

[leɪt] (-r (comp) (-st (superl)))
1. adj
a. (not on time) → in ritardo
to be (10 minutes) late → essere in ritardo (di 10 minuti)
to be late arriving → arrivare tardi or in ritardo
to make sb late → far far tardi a qn
to be late with one's work → essere in ritardo con il proprio lavoro
the late arrival of the flight → il ritardo del volo
late delivery → consegna ritardata
b. (towards end of period) → tardivo/a; (far on in day) → tardo/a; (composition, concerto) → ultimo/a
to be/be getting late → essere/farsi tardi
to keep late hours → stare alzato/a fino a tardi, fare le ore piccole
at this late hour → a un'ora così tarda, a quest'ora
at this late stage → al punto in cui stanno ormai le cose
in (the) late spring → nella tarda primavera, a fine primavera
she's in her late sixties → è vicina ai settanta
c. (recent) → recente
his late remarks on industry → le sue recenti osservazioni sull'industria
d. (euph) (dead) → defunto/a
the late Mrs Smith → la defunta signora Smith
my late-lamented husband → il mio povero marito
e. (former) → ex inv
our late prime minister → il nostro ex primo ministro
2. adv
a. (not on time) → in ritardo, tardi
to arrive/leave 10 minutes late → arrivare/partire con 10 minuti di ritardo
to arrive/leave too late → arrivare/partire troppo tardi
better late than never → meglio tardi che mai
b. (towards end of period) → tardi
to work late → lavorare fino a tardi
late at night → a tarda notte
late into the night → fino a tarda notte, fino a notte fonda
in the late afternoon → nel tardo pomeriggio
in late May → verso la fine di maggio
late in life → in età avanzata
late in 1978 → verso la fine del 1978
c. (recently) as late as 1991ancora nel 1991
of late → negli ultimi tempi, di recente, recentemente

late

(leit) adjective
1. coming etc after the expected or usual time. The train is late tonight; I try to be punctual but I am always late.
2. far on in the day or night. late in the day; late at night; It was very late when I got to bed.
3. dead, especially recently. the late king.
4. recently, but no longer, holding an office or position. Mr Allan, the late chairman, made a speech.
adverb
1. after the expected or usual time. He arrived late for his interview.
2. far on in the day or night. They always go to bed late.
ˈlateness noun
ˈlately adverb
in the recent past or not long ago. Have you seen her lately?
later on
at a later time. He hasn't arrived yet but no doubt he'll be here later on.
of late
lately. He thought she had been less friendly of late.

later see latter.

late

الرَّاحِلُ, مُتَأخِّرٌ, مُتَأَخِّرَاً, مُتَأَخِّراً pozdě, zesnulý, zpožděný afdød, forsinket, sent spät, verspätet, verstorben αργά, αργοπορημένος, μακαρίτης difunto, finales de, tarde, tardío edesmennyt, myöhään, myöhässä oleva à la fin de, défunt, en retard, tard kasni, kasno, pokojni, prekasno defunto, in ritardo, tardi, tardo 故・・・, 遅い時間に, 遅れた, 遅れて 늦게, 늦은, 늦은 시간에, 작고한 laat, te laat, wijlen avdød, sen, sent nieżyjący, późno, późny atrasado, falecido, tarde опоздавший, поздно, покойный avlidne, sen, sent ช้า, ที่เพิ่งเสียชีวิต, สาย, สาย ช้า eski, geç, gecikmeli muộn, quá cố, trễ 后期地, 已故的, , 迟的

late

a. tardío-a, último-a;
adv. últimamente, hace poco;
adv. tarde;
___ auditory evoked responserespuesta auditiva evocada ___;
___ dumping syndromesíndrome de vaciamiento ___;
luteal phase dysphoria ___fase luteal ___ de la disforia;
to be ___atrasarse, retrasarse.

late

adj (development, etc.) tardío; adv tarde
References in classic literature ?
Sometimes I rode north to the big prairie-dog town to watch the brown earth-owls fly home in the late afternoon and go down to their nests underground with the dogs.
They were to be picked late, when the hard frosts had set in, and put away for winter use.
But figures for Yorkshire and the Humber showed companies hit by late payment below the national average at 8%.
As of May 20, 2015, there will have been 6,028 broadcasts of Letterman's late night talk shows:
VIEW BEAUTY Ryan Tubridy and The Late Late Toy Show, Mrs Brown's Boys, Nidge from Love/Hate, Euro 2012 and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Having a limited number of places to go late at night helps defragment where the city's alcohol-related crimes and incidents happen.
section] Landlord may deliver written notice to 35-9A-421 terminate the lease specifying the amount of rent and any late fees owed to remedy the breach, agreement will terminate not less than seven days after receipt of the notice.
The Scottish-born Ferguson, 49, had been a musician, actor, writer, director and comedian when he took over 'The Late Late Show' in 2005.
The insider added: "If they ever change the name, it should be The Late Late Usual Suspects Show.
Despite revisions to the Late Payment Act, little improvement has been made and late payment continues to remain the biggest threat to 35 per cent of Birmingham - based businesses.
NASCAR Super Late Models, Late Models, Super Trucks, Super Stocks, Pure Stocks, Mini Stocks and figure-8 cars are going to be using Hoosier tires this year in competition.
You absolutely can and should call and ask the store to waive this rare late charge.