Later in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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later
[ˈleɪtə(r)]
adjective
1. posterior
  • I caught a later train tomé or cogí otro tren más tarde (español de España)
  • his later novels sus novelas posteriores
  • in later life en la madurez
adverb
también:
  • later (on) más tarde
  • a few days later unos días más tarde
  • no later than tomorrow mañana como muy tarde
  • as we shall see later como veremos más adelante
  • see you later! (familiar) ¡hasta luego!
later [ˈleɪtəʳ]
adverb
1 más tarde
referring to future
the gun was later found in his flat más tarde se encontró la pistola en su piso; two years/ten minutes later dos años/diez minutos después or más tarde; I'll do it later lo haré luego or más tarde; later, when all the guests had left luego or más tarde, cuando todos los invitados se habían marchado; later I discovered that he had lied más tarde descubrí que había mentido; several whiskies later, I was rather the worse for wear después de varios whiskies, se me empezaban a notar los efectos; later than expected más tarde de lo esperado
he arrived later than expected
all essays should be handed in no later than Monday todos los trabajos deben entregarse el lunes a más tardar
only later solo más tarde
it was only later that I learned the truth no descubrí la verdad hasta más tarde; solo más tarde descubrí la verdad
Only later did they admit that they were in the wrong
later that day más tarde or posteriormente ese día
we left for Marrakesh later that day
later that morning/night más tarde or posteriormente esa mañana/esa noche
later that night I received an unexpected phone call later that afternoon/evening they boarded the train for Salamanca later that afternoon/evening later that afternoon she received a phone call from her father she met Barney for a drink later that evening
the results will be available later today los resultados se sabrán hoy mismo más tarde
2
later on más tarde; más adelante
later on, they went for a walk I'll be seeing him later on we didn't go out until later on I didn't realise what I'd done until later on If interest rates go up and down, people only feel the effects later on Later on, I accompanied the police to the flat, where we found his body later on, Leslie's condition became more severe
we'll be dealing with this in more detail later on trataremos esto a fondo más tarde or más adelante; later on that day/night aquel día/aquella noche más tarde; later on in the play/film más adelante en la obra/película; later on in the morning/afternoon/evening más entrada la mañana/tarde/noche
Later on in the evening, the atmosphere was still very tense We'll have a better idea of what's happening a little bit later on in the morning
later on in life más adelante
Violence in childhood can cause psychological problems later on in life ...vaccinating children against a disease that they may acquire later on in life
adjective
[+chapter, version, work] posterior
I took a later flight/train tomé un avión/tren que salía más tarde
would you like a later appointment?
we plan to meet at a later date tenemos intención de reunirnos más adelante
in later life más adelante
This may cause psychological distress and illness in later life
at a later stage más adelante
negotiations will be held at a later stage he did not rule out at a later stage registered members being given a limited vote
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