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2 Translation results for late in Spanish

adjective | adverb

late adjective

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tardío, de retraso; avanzado; difunto, fallecido; reciente, ultimo

Example sentences of
late adjective

  • It happened in late spring.
  • We had a late spring this year.
  • Hurry up or we'll be late for school.
  • a word first recorded in the late 17th century
  • Their warning was too late to help him.
  • I've always been a late riser.
  • It was late in the evening when we finally went to bed.
  • He made a donation to the school in memory of his late wife.

Detailed synonyms for late adjective

See: Dead, Tardy

late adverb

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tarde; a ultima hora, a finales; recién, ultimamente

Example sentences of
late adverb

  • Late in the year he became ill.
  • It rained late in the day.
  • Late in his career he moved to the city.
  • a word first recorded late in the 17th century
  • They were trailing by a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
  • The package should be arriving late next week.
  • He sent in his job application late.
  • They arrived too late for breakfast.
  • I like getting up late.
  • The package arrived late, but better late than never!

Synonyms of
late adverb

Related phrases for late

Reverse translation for late

tardío  - late, tardy 
avanzado  - advanced, progressive 
difunto  - deceased 
fallecido  - deceased 
reciente  - recent 
ultimo  - last, final, last, latest, most recent, finally 
tarde  - late 
recién  - newly, recently, just, only just 
ultimamente  - lately, recently 
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