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late

adjective, adverb
 
 
/leɪt/
AFTER THE USUAL TIME A1 after the usual time or the time that was arranged
geç, gecikmiş
I was late for work this morning. We got there too late and all the tickets had been sold. We had a late lunch.Late
NEAR END OF PERIOD A1 near the end of a period of time
...ın/in sonuna doğru
It was built in the late nineteenth century. It was late at night. Marsha is in her late twenties.Periods of time - general wordsLate
it's late something that you say when it is near the end of a day
geç oldu, epey gecikti
It's late - I really should be going. It's getting late and I'm a bit tired.Late
DEAD [always before noun] not now alive
ölmüş, rahmetli
the late Mrs WalkerDeath and dyingIn the past
of late formal recently
son zamanlarda, son dönemlerde
We've scarcely seen him of late.In the past
(Definition of late from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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