Later - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈleɪtər|  American pronunciation of the word later
Brit.  |ˈleɪtə|  British pronunciation of the word later
- this word is used as a comparative form of the adjectivelate


- coming at a subsequent time or stage (syn: posterior, ulterior)


- happening at a time subsequent to a reference time(syn: after, afterward, afterwards, subsequently)
- at some eventual time in the future
- comparative of the adverb `late'


I'll talk to you again later.

They later regretted the decision.

She returned several weeks later.

I saw him again later that morning.

I'm going out for a bit - I'll see you later.

He became Senator two years later.

The baby died later that night.

The dentist could fit you in later in the week.

The role of marketing is dealt with in a later chapter.

The launch was postponed to a later date.

The engine has been greatly improved in later models.

he's going to the store but he'll be back here later

I'll see you later

he stayed later than you did

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