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later

adverb
 
 
/ˈleɪ.tər/ US  /-t̬ɚ/
at a time in the future or after the time you have mentioned
晚些時候;過些時間
He'll be back later.
他稍後回來。
We could always go later in the season.
我們總還可以在這個季節的晚些時候去。
Police questioned him and he was later arrested.
警方審問了他,後來他被逮捕了。
Points in timeIn the future and soonBefore, after and alreadyAfter and behind
later on at a time in the future, or after the time you have mentioned
將來的某個時候;在某個提及的時間以後
What are you doing later on this evening?
今晚晚些時候你想做甚麽?
Shall I go and fetch her later on?
我過一會去接她好嗎?
Later on, we could go and have a meal if you like.
你願意的話,過一會我們可以一起去吃飯。
Points in timeIn the future and soonBefore, after and alreadyAfter and behind
no/not later than not after
早於某個時間;在某時間之前
She said she'd prefer us to arrive no later than nine o'clock.
她說她希望我們能在九點之前到達。
Points in time
Translations of “later”
in Korean 늦게…
in Arabic فيما بَعْد…
in Portuguese mais tarde, depois…
in Catalan més tard…
in Japanese 後で(に)…
in Italian più tardi, dopo…
in Chinese (Simplified) 晚些时候, 过些时间…
(Definition of later adverb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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