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lately
American English: /ˈleɪtli/
British English: /ˈleɪtli/

Translation of lately in Spanish:

adverb

  • (up) until o till lately
    hasta hace poco
    it's only lately that I've noticed it
    no lo había notado hasta hace poco
    Example sentences
    • Some of you may feel you've been getting a bit too much cricket here lately.
    • I slacked off a bit on the viewing in July and August, but I've been picking up the pace lately.
    • With all this terrorism stuff lately, it seems that signs of regression are starting to appear.

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