late englannista suomeksi
vainaja, kuollut, vainaa, edesmennyt
myöhään, myöhäisessä vaiheessa
myöhässä, myöhässä oleva
Near the end of a period of time.
Specifically, near the end of the day.
Associated with the end of a period.
(quote-av)|author=(w); (w)|episode=(w)|role=Cynthia|actor=(w)|passage=I am very worried. I am never late.
(RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)
Order 3(ca)(i), Public Order (Prohibited Areas) Order 2009 (G.N. S 490/2009)
- The following public assemblies and public processions are excluded from the prohibition in paragraph 2: (..) any public assembly or public procession in an open space that is held primarily to commemorate the first anniversary of the death of the late Mr (w)(..)
Existing or holding some position not long ago, but not now; departed, or gone out of office.
(quote-book)R. H. for Robert Bostock,(nb...)|year=1640|passage=By Reynolds|(smc), late Preacher to the Honorable Society of ''Lincoln’s Inne'': And now Rector of the Church of ''Braunſton'' in ''Northamptonſhire''.
Recent — relative to the noun it modifies.
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)Ld ''Iohn of Gaunt'', time-honoured Lancaſter,Haſt thou according to thy oath and bandBrought hither ''Henry'' Herford thy bold ſon:Heere to make good yͤ boiſtrous late appeale,Which then our leyſure would not let vs heare,Againſt the Duke of Norfolke, ''Thomas Mowbray''?
(quote-book)|chapter=A Hundred Collars|title=(w)|year=1914|passage=(smc) bore him—such a little town, / Such a great man. It doesn't see him often / Of late years, though he keeps the old homestead / And sends the children down there with their mother(..)
Of a star or class of stars, cooler than the sun.
A shift (scheduled work period) that takes place late in the day or at night.
Formerly, especially in the context of service in a military unit.
(senseid) Not long ago; now.
(RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice)
(nl-adj form of)
(nl-verb form of)
(adj form of)
''c'' 1275-1499, ''King Alexander''
- Than have we liking to lithe the lates of the foules.
to (l), (l)
(q) to (l)
(alternative form of)
(pt-verb form of)
(es-verb form of)