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lateadverb

  • ja終わりに近い、末期の、後期の
  • ennear or happening at the end of a period of time, event, a person’s life, etc.

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Marcy comes over and she tells me that her ex-boyfriend was over late last night,
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and yadda yadda yadda, "I'm really tired today."
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What do you think she was tired from?
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Well, obviously the yadda yadda.
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Late last night, you climbed the walls of our monastery,
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shouting out questions about love, marriage, and the meaning of life.
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But where would priests go this late at night?
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To a midnight sale at Boys-Are-Us?
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What'd she say?
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She said, "To a midnight sale at Boys-Are-Us."
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Can I post that?
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That is silly.
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So I have this new phenomenon in my life where late at night, on the street,
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women will see me as a threat.
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That is funny, yeah.
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That is silly.

Other meanings for late...

lateadjective

  • ja終わりに近い、末期の、後期の
  • ennear or happening at the end of a period of time, event, a person’s life, etc.
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I have always been transparent about how old I am.
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Yeah, 55.
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I believe it's 53.
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Late 40s.
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You're all correct.
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Ex-SAS, operating out of Beirut since the late '90s, smuggles weapons, drugs, dirty money.
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Yeah, yeah, we know all that.
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Before Iraq, this guy's record was impeccable.
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Oh, yeah?
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So was mine.
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And this movie was directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
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That's true.
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And it takes place in the late '60s,
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hence the pork chop sideburns that you were wearing.
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Shake what your mama gave you,
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'cause she never had a chance to dance on tables as freely as you can.
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Till the late 1930s, blacks weren't even allowed in the same clubs as whites.
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We're back with Brad Pitt, super fan.
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Super fan.
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Super fan.
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- Since the late '80s, early '90s? - Yeah.
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Yeah, we met— Do you remember where we met?

lateadjective

  • ja最近亡くなった、故〜
  • en(of a person) recently dead or no longer alive
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What I've learned from men like your late husband and my father...is that you reap what you sow.
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Let's hope so.
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This is incredible!
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And look at that art.
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Ah, yes, my late husband.
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Her middle name, Diana, of course chosen to honor her beloved late grandmother,
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Princess Diana, who would have been 60 next month.
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He's a macaw.
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He's named after my late husband, Richard.
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Who's that?
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That's Paula.
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She's my late wife.

lateadjective

  • ja遅れた、遅刻した
  • enarriving, happening or done after the expected, arranged, or usual time
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I'm here!
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I'm here, I'm here.
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You can start the meeting now.
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The meeting is over. You're late.
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- Now, you see— - Sikowitz!
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Cat, you're very late.
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Class is almost over.
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Paul Allen.
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Chris Anderson.
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Sorry, I'm late. What's going on?
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They're handing out the diplomas.
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Hey, everyone. Sorry I'm late.
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So, what's this secret meeting all about?
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Pam-casso!
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Sorry I'm late.
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- I had to race across town. - Oh, Michael.
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Wait for it. Wait for it.
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9:01!
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Amy Santiago is officially late for the first time ever.

lateadverb

  • ja遅れて、間に合わない
  • enafter the expected, arranged, or usual time
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Under the contract, management can only fire a driver on very specific charges, so...
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Do you ever show up late?
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No.
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I'm supposed to pick up Cagney and Lacey from daycare in 30 minutes.
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But I have to stay late to work on my application I just got from Hope.
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They're 6. They can take the subway.
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Rosa, that's crazy.
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They're babies.
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Terry, just call them an Uber.
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Or just have your sitter pick them up.
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Scully actually has the most reasonable idea.
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I'll tell you, I love my job.
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But Jo wants me to put on a show for her and pretend to work late?
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Nah.
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I spent all day trying to make her like me that I forgot to ask myself something.
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Do I even like her?
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As the Irish poet Bobby McFerrin said, "Don't worry, be happy."