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French translation of “latter”

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.
(Definition of latter from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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