later on

later on
adverb
happening at a time subsequent to a reference time (Freq. 9)
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he apologized subsequently

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he's going to the store but he'll be back here later

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it didn't happen until afterward

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two hours after that

Syn: ↑subsequently, ↑later, ↑afterwards, ↑afterward, ↑after
Derived from adjective: ↑later (for: ↑later), ↑subsequent (for: ↑subsequently)

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later on phrase
in the future, or after the time already mentioned

I’ll come and see you later on.

Later on in the hearings, Darnell told an entirely different story.

Thesaurus: at an unspecified time in the futuresynonym
Main entry: later

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later on
: at a time in the future or following an earlier time

We'll talk about this subject some more later on.

They regretted their decision later on.

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later ˈon idiom
(informal) at a time in the future; after the time you are talking about

I'm going out later on.

Much later on, she realized what he had meant.

Main entry:lateridiom

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