Translations: the word in the other languages
  • Afrikaans: laat
  • Amharic: .
  • Arabic: في وقت متأخر
  • Azerbaijani: gec
  • Bashkir: һуңыраҡ
  • Belarusian: позна
  • Bulgarian: късно
  • Bengali: দেরী
  • Bosnian: kasno
  • Catalan: finals
  • Cebuano: sa ulahing bahin sa
  • Czech: pozdní
  • Welsh: yn hwyr
  • Danish: sent
  • German: spät
  • Greek: αργά
  • Esperanto: malfrue
  • Spanish: a finales de
  • Estonian: hilja
  • Basque: berandu
  • Persian: اواخر
  • Finnish: myöhään
  • French: la fin de
  • Irish: déanach
  • Scottish Gaelic: anmoch
  • Galician: tarde
  • Gujarati: અંતમાં
  • Hebrew: מאוחר
  • Hindi: देर से
  • Croatian: kasno
  • Haitian: reta
  • Hungarian: késő
  • Armenian: ուշ
  • Indonesian: akhir
  • Icelandic: seint
  • Italian: fine
  • Japanese: 下旬
  • Javanese: pungkasan
  • Georgian: გვიან
  • Kazakh: кеш
  • Khmer: ចុង
  • Kannada: ಲೇಟ್
  • Korean:
  • Kyrgyz: арада аяктады
  • Latin: nuper
  • Luxembourgish: wéivill
  • Lao: ຊ້າ
  • Lithuanian: vėlai
  • Latvian: vēlu
  • Malagasy: tara
  • Mari: варарак
  • Maori: te mutunga
  • Macedonian: доцна
  • Malayalam: വൈകി
  • Mongolian: сүүл
  • Marathi: उशीरा
  • Hill Mari: варарак
  • Malay: lewat
  • Maltese: tard
  • Burmese: နှောင်းပိုင်း
  • Nepali: लेट
  • Dutch: laat
  • Norwegian: sent
  • Punjabi: ਦੇਰ
  • Papiamento: lat
  • Polish: późno
  • Portuguese: final
  • Romanian: târziu
  • Russian: поздно
  • Sinhalese: අග
  • Slovak: neskoro
  • Slovenian: pozno
  • Albanian: fund
  • Serbian: касно
  • Sundanese: ahir
  • Swedish: sen
  • Swahili: marehemu
  • Tamil: தாமதமாக
  • Telugu: లేట్
  • Tajik: дер
  • Thai: สาย
  • Tagalog: huli
  • Turkish: geç
  • Tatar: соң
  • Udmurt: бергес
  • Ukrainian: пізно
  • Urdu: دیر
  • Uzbek: kech
  • Vietnamese: muộn
  • Xhosa: emva kwexesha
  • Yiddish: שפּעט
  • Chinese:

Synonyms, close and similar words for late

  • recently
  • belatedly
  • tardily
  • overdue
  • belated
  • tardy
  • dead
  • deceased
  • departed
  • defunct
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