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recently newly lately
Recently and newly are both used to indicate that something happened only a short time ago. There is no difference in meaning, but newly can only be used with an '-ed' form, usually in front of a noun.
Recently can be used in several positions in a sentence.
|Adv.||1.||recently - 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"|
until recently → hasta hace poco
it is only very recently that I started painting → empecé a pintar hace muy poco or apenas nada
as recently as 1998 he was living in London → aún en 1998, todavía vivía él en Londres
it was discovered as recently as 1903 → se descubrió hace apenas nada, en 1903
I haven't heard from her recently → últimamente or recientemente no he sabido nada de ella
just recently he's been acting strangely → últimamente se ha estado comportando de un modo extraño
The bank recently opened a branch in Germany → La banque a récemment ouvert une succursale en Allemagne.
until recently → jusqu'à il y a peu de temps encore
as recently as → pas plus tard que