Laura G
LATER OR LATE? What is the difference? Please help me
Jan 30, 2016 3:42 AM
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Late adj.

1 syn TARDY, behindhand, belated, lated, overdue, unpunctual; con opportune, seasonable, well-timed; ant early; promt, punctual

2 syn DEAD 1, asleep, cold, deceased, defunct, departed, exanimate, extinct, inanimate, lifeless

later adj.

syn SUBSEQUENT 1, after, ensuing, posterior, postliminary, sub-sequential

later adv.

syn AFTER, afterward, after-while, behind, by and by, infra, latterly, next, subsequently

ant earlier


Example: 'I will be late to the appointment. Let's meet at the bar later'. 


Websters's Collegiate Thesaurus

January 30, 2016

later: Voy a llegar más tarde .

late: usted llega tarde.

January 30, 2016

"Late" quiere decir "tarde". "Later" queire decir "mas tarde" o "despues de."

January 30, 2016

Late es una hora.

Later es una hora con comparación.


I came home late.


I came home later than usual.




January 30, 2016