later

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Pronunciation[change]

Adverb[change]

Positive
late

Comparative
later

Superlative
latest

  1. The comparative form of late; more late.
    She arrived later than me.
  2. Afterwards.
    I'll see you later.
    He arrived on Wednesday and left three days later.

Adjective[change]

Positive
late

Comparative
later

Superlative
latest

  1. The comparative form of late; more late.
    Most people can't walk in the later stages of the disease.
    We can't be there now, but we'd like to meet at a later date.
    Much is known about his early days, but are many question about his later life.
    I expected you to be later than this.