latish


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lat·ish

 (lā′tĭsh)
adv. & adj.
Fairly late.

latish

(ˈleɪtɪʃ)
adj
rather late

lat•ish

(ˈleɪ tɪʃ)

adj.
somewhat or rather late.
[1605–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.latish - somewhat late
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"
Translations

latish

[ˈleɪtɪʃ]
A. ADValgo tarde
B. ADJalgo tardío

latish

adjziemlich spät; applicant, letterverspätet; amendmentneuer, später
advziemlich spät
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Well, then, I won't go to-day, as it's getting latish.
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The setting, latish 19th-century in tone, is a school, with characters and chorus in uniform.
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But then so is doing the same on a latish spring morning, although if I'm being honest, I don't do it too often.
As a randomized complete block, split plot design with four replications in the main plot sowing date (SD) (15th April, 1st May, 15th May, 1st June, 15th June and 30th June), kind of sub-plots (mid-early UMUT2002, and medium latish NE3399) the investigation was conducted as (Cv) order.
I HAPPENED to tune into the BBC Parliament channel latish on Sunday afternoon and topic being discussed under the ten minute rule was to do with electricity generation in Wales.
In the late 1950s, while wending my way home latish in the evening from wherever, I would quite often see that great player George Eastham standing at the bus stop that was then on Church Road near the junction with Harley Terrace, waiting for the Number 4 Cowgate circle bus.
For this second edition of an upper-level undergraduate or beginning graduate text, Latish (kinesiology, Pennsylvania State University) has added eight new chapters (mainly on motor disorders), a new reference section with about 700 references, and a more reader-friendly presentation of material with a second color, improved b&w illustrations, and chapter introductions.
The listing of the most well-known Indian editions will certainly be helpful for scholars who can benefit from consulting them, although it is curious that the versions of the Agamodaya Samiti and Jaina Agama Series of the latish prakirnaka text, the Ganivijja, are mentioned and not that of Schubring, which also comes with a German translation and is easily accessible in that scholar's Kleine Schriften.