English to Korean Meaning :: late

Late :
늦은, 여느 때보다 늦은, 마지막에 가까운, 근간의, 앞서의, 최근에 죽은늦게, 늦어서, 전에는, 시각이 늦게, 시기가 늦게늦다 - 늦은늦은늦음
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Adjective(1) being or occurring at an advanced period of time or after a usual or expected time(2) after the expected or usual time; delayed(3) of the immediate past or just previous to the present time(4) having died recently(5) of a later stage in the development of a language or literature; used especially of dead languages(6) at or toward an end or late period or stage of development(7) (used especially of persons
Adverb(1) later than usual or than expected(2) to an advanced time(3) at an advanced age or stage(4) in the recent past

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(1) While in pruning mode, cut late flowering clematis hard back to a low pair of fat buds.(2) I had arrived quite late in the day when dusk was falling.(3) Management loved him, except for the fact that he was always a few minutes late for work.(4) Fatima, in her late fifties, is a practising Muslim who prays and fasts but is not veiled.(5) Less than half of the adult population regularly attended church by the late 1980s.(6) Acidantheras have a wonderful scent and are excellent for late flowering.(7) his late sister(8) It is believed that hormones are involved and women who have their first child late in life or who have no children are more at risk.(9) I arrived half an hour late because Dad lost his palm pilot and couldn't remember what time school started.(10) She is late and I am edgy, expecting a group of tough females in hoods and trainers.(11) Two late goals gave Crewe their first win since the opening day of the season as they beat Luton 3-1.(12) Bridget was a hard worker as was her late husband James and together they reared a family of four in very difficult times.(13) He won some points though late in August and I never made scalping jokes after that.(14) to stay up late(15) I arrived in Wolverhampton late this evening, as I'm doing a small part in a short film here tomorrow.(16) The white currant is White transparent, again a late flowering variety.
Related Words
(1) too late ::
너무 늦게
(2) stay up late ::
늦게까지 일어나있다
(3) be late ::
(4) very late ::
매우 늦게
(5) better late than never ::
안하는 것보다 늦게하는 것이 낫다
(6) get up late ::
늦게 일어나
(7) sleep late ::
늦게 잠
(8) go to bed late ::
늦게 잠자리에
(9) late at night ::
늦은 밤에
(10) late night ::
늦은 밤
1. behind schedule ::
예정보다 늦게
2. dead ::
3. recent ::
4. belated ::
5. later ::
6. previous ::
너무 이른
7. behind schedule ::
예정보다 늦게
8. after hours ::
시간 후
9. late at night ::
늦은 밤에
10. deep ::
11. latterly ::
1. early ::
2. inopportune ::
시기를 상실한
3. precocious ::
조숙 한
4. premature ::
5. untimely ::
때 아닌
Different Forms
late, lateness
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Speaking of customer,

Speaking of customer, it's not too LATE to have a grand opening.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 7

late and without evidence.\0

LATE and without evidence.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4

Professor Proton was never late
when he was on TV.

Professor Proton was never LATE when he was on TV.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 22

I can see you were late this morning.\\NI’ll have to report you.\0

I can see you were LATE this morning.
I’ll have to report you.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 7


'cause it's really LATE and I just want to sleep.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 5

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