American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. 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.
- interj. Informal Used to express goodbye.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- At a subsequent time or period; afterward; hereafter: also used with (redundant) on: as, I will see you later; it may be done later on.
- adv. comparative form of late: more late
- adv. Afterward in time (used with than when comparing with another time).
- adv. At some unspecified time in the future.
- adj. comparative form of late: more late
- adj. Coming afterward in time (used with than when comparing with another time).
- adj. At some time in the future.
- interj. slang See you later; goodbye.
- interj. slang Dismissive term to minimize importance of an annoying persons.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A brick or tile.
- adj. Compar. of late, a. & adv.
- adj. at or toward an end or late period or stage of development
- adv. happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
- adj. coming at a subsequent time or stage
- adv. comparative of the adverb `late'
- adv. at some eventual time in the future
- late + -er (Wiktionary)
“LOVES "One for now & one for later" * .... * jealous I don't have chips for now OR later*”
“i will update more later ... i have conversing and cookies and milk ... later*”
“Or was the term later applied to music of the kind first called jazz in Chicago?”
“We wound up talking about smoking pot with Peter Tosh, seeing The Rolling Stones as a youngster and signing the band to his label later, plus a lot more.”
“Science historian Howard Markel discusses how the term later came to refer to a bevy of genetic manipulations.”
“When we started using the term later, it was turbocharged by interactive technologies.”
“The Emirates crowd got behind Nasri against Liverpool, applauding him warmly when he went to take an early corner and chorusing his name later in the game.”
“Ms. ROSNES: Well, I wrote the composition with the two pianos in mind and came to the title later on.”
“First among these is Richard Vine, who was my original sounding board, continued to offer great advice, and came up with the title later on I was to discover a poem of the same name by Constantine Cavafy.”
“From the "patriotism" of America's first president George Washington to the "artistry" of Georgia O'Keeffe and the "courage" of baseball player Jackie Robinson, the 40-page book is "an inspiring marriage of words and images, history and story", said Chip Gibson, president and publisher of Random House Children's Books, whose imprint Alfred A Knopf Books for Young Readers will release the title later this autumn.”
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