迟的, 晚的, 已故的
很晚, 很迟, 晚
adv.later than usual or than expected
○ the train arrived late
○ we awoke late
○ the children came late to school
○ notice came so tardily that we almost missed the deadline
○ I belatedly wished her a happy birthday
adv.at an advanced age or stage
○ she married late
○ undertook the project late in her career
adj.being or occurring at an advanced period of time or after a usual or expected time
○ late evening
○ late 18th century
○ a late movie
○ took a late flight
○ had a late breakfast
adj.at or toward an end or late period or stage of development
○ the late phase of feudalism
○ a later symptom of the disease
○ later medical science could have saved the child
adj.of a later stage in the development of a language or literature
○ used especially of dead languages
○ Late Greek
From the middle and late parts of 1990s, leisure has become a fashionable topic of the society and costant point of debate in the public.
It's an imposition to ask us to stay late at work.
Sir Alec was a thin, pale man in his late forties, with a sensitive, aristocratic face and an engaging smile.
I lay fast asleep on the couch, which was as soft as down, and did not wake until late in the morning.
The plane was late and detectives were waiting at the airport all morning.
Help has been too little and too late or too far from where it was most needed. The flood-gates of famine and pestilence are already open.
Edema extending from the udder to the umbilicus is frequently observed during late gestation in cows and mares
The article came too late and was crowded out of yesterday's edition.
Ren Xiong (1822-1857) and Ren Xun (1835-1893) were brothers who had learned from painter Chen Hongshou of the late Ming Dynasty.
It's getting colder and colder in late autumn.