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adverb & adjective
- comparative of late
Goodbye for the present; see you later.
farewell, adieuView synonyms
- ‘She sent two friends in her place to hand over a couple of envelopes - one with a letter saying that it's all over, cheers, laters, the other containing a birthday card.’
- ‘‘Ah well, laters,’ he called as he walked off towards a group of people in the gallery.’
- ‘I'm so excited about uploading pics - so excited that I'm gonna post and upload right now - laters.’
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