later


later
later [lāt′ər]
adj.
alt. compar. of LATE
adv.
at a later time; after some time; subsequently
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later on
subsequently

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lat·er (lāʹtər) adj. Comparative of late. adv. Comparative of late.
1. Subsequently; afterward. Often used with on:

She arrived on the ferry, and he came later. He later felt that he was wrong. Later on, we watched a movie.

2. Informal. Used to express good-bye.

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