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Translation of "latter" - English-French dictionary

latter

adjective /ˈlӕtə/
towards the end deuxième, dernier The latter part of our holiday was spent mainly on the beach.
latterly adverb
recently; lately récemment Latterly, she’s been complaining of severe back pains.
towards the end. sur le tard
the latter
the second of two things etc mentioned celui/celle/ceux/celles-ci John and Mary arrived, the latter wearing a green wool dress.
to choose the second or latter (not later) of two alternatives.
Translations of “latter”
in Vietnamese sau cùng…
in Spanish último…
in Thai ส่วนหลัง…
in Malaysian kedua…
in German später…
in Chinese (Traditional) 後半程的,靠後的,末尾的…
in Indonesian menjelang akhir…
in Russian последний…
in Turkish ikinci, son…
in Chinese (Simplified) 后半程的,靠后的,末尾的…
in Polish drugi…
(Definition of latter from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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