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later

[ lei-ter ]
/ ˈlɛɪ tər /
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adjective
a comparative of late: Her later years were not happy.
adverb
a comparative of late: The meeting ran later than we expected.
afterward, subsequently, or at a time in the future (sometimes followed by on): She later said she was sorry. I'll see you later. Let's decide about this later on.
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British Dictionary definitions for later

later
/ (ˈleɪtə) /

adjective, adverb
the comparative of late
adverb
afterwards; subsequently
see you later an expression of farewell
sooner or later eventually; inevitably
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