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late US English

Doing something or taking place after the expected, proper, or usual time

late of in late US English

Formerly but not now living or working in a specified place or institution

of late US English

Recently

late cut US English

A cut made with a delayed action so as to send the ball to the off side behind the wicket

late Latin US English

Latin of about ad 200–600

late-model US English

(Especially of a car) recently made or of a recent design

late-onset US English

Denoting a medical condition occurring relatively late in life, especially as considered in relation to a different form of the same condition

late-glacial US English

Of or relating to the later stages of the final glaciation, from the beginning of the rise in temperature about 15,000 years ago to about 10,000 years ago

keep late hours US English

Get up and go to bed late

late in the game US English

At a late stage in proceedings, especially too late to be useful

be late to the party US English

Become aware of or get involved in something long after others

keep late hours in hour US English

Get up and go to bed late

keep regular hours in hour US English

Do the same thing at the same time every day

the/one's late in late US English

(Of a specified person) no longer alive

late in the game in late US English

At a late stage in proceedings, especially too late to be useful

bloomer1 US English

A person who matures or flourishes at a specified time

starter US English

A person or thing that starts in a specified way

late-cut in late cut US English

Hit (the ball) with a late cut; hit a ball delivered by (the bowler) with a late cut

latish US English

Fairly late

be late to the party in party1 US English

Become aware of or get involved in something long after others

latecomer US English

A person who arrives late

late glacial in late-glacial US English

Of or relating to the later stages of the final glaciation, from the beginning of the rise in temperature about 15,000 years ago to about 10,000 years ago

potato blight US English

A destructive fungal disease of potatoes resulting in dry brown rot of the tubers

keep regular hours US English

Do the same thing at the same time every day

late blight in potato blight US English

A destructive fungal disease of potatoes resulting in dry brown rot of the tubers

late or panicled hydrangea in hydrangea US English

A shrub or climbing plant with rounded or flattened flowering heads of small florets, the outer ones of which are typically infertile. Hydrangeas are native to Asia and America

late in the game or day in late US English

At a late stage in proceedings, especially too late to be useful

be or come late to the party in party1 US English

Become aware of or get involved in something long after others

late US Thesaurus

the train was late

late English-Spanish

she apologized for the late start of the show

later US Thesaurus

a later chapter

latest US Thesaurus

the latest reports from the region

late-night English-Spanish

que está abierta por la noche

late edition English-Spanish

última edición

of late in late US Thesaurus

he's not felt well of late

of late in late English-Spanish

últimamente, en los últimos tiempos


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