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later  

      adj  
   [date, meeting]   ultérieur (e)     
→ An inquest will be held at a later date.        
→ At a later news conference, he said differences should not be dramatized.        
   (=version, edition)   ultérieur (e)     
He changed his approach in later editions.      Il a changé son approche dans les éditions ultérieures.  
   in later life      sur le tard  
→ He found happiness in later life.        
      adv   plus tard  
→ I'll join you later.        
I'll do it later.      Je ferai ça plus tard.  
Burke later admitted he had lied.      Burke admit plus tard qu'il avait menti.  
see you later!      à tout à l'heure!, à plus tard !  
some time later      quelque temps après  
→ When a rescuer arrived some time later, the bird was still there.        
some weeks later      quelques semaines plus tard  
→ Some weeks later I rang the police to ask if I would be needed as a witness.        
some years later      quelques années plus tard  
→ Some years later, Mum came to spend Hogmanay at my new home.        
→ He resigned a few years later.        
six years later      six ans plus tard  
→ Six years later, he remains a picture of health and vitality.        
later on      ensuite  
Later on I'll be speaking to Patty Davis.      Je parlerai ensuite à Patty Davis.  
later on today      plus tard dans la journée  
      excl   (=see you later)   à plus! *  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
See also:

lather, latter, late, lateral

Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
adv.
plus tard
adj.
postérieur
adv.
de plus en plus tard
adv.
tôt ou tard
adv.
quatre mois plus tard
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'later' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
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later on
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