Lately

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Definition

lately: recently, of late, in recent times, not long ago
adverb
-Have you seen any good movies lately? -Yes, I saw a great one yesterday.

Examples

  • "I've had a lot of things on my mind lately."
  • "Warbuckle : Well, as you know, Pedro, I've had my share of legal difficulties lately, and these vultures want to destroy my reputation."
  • "You're awfully indecisive lately."
  • "I really apologize for the delay, but I've been working non-stop lately on reconfiguring the network, and I didn't have a chance to search for the keyboard until this afternoon."
  • "It's been a year since the Italians won the World Cup in Germany, and lately there has been some exciting football being played in Argentina."
  • "There seem to be a lot of light bulbs which need replacing lately, especially in the girls' offices."
  • "Seriously, seriously, has anyone been to the airport lately?"
  • "Sigourney : Welcome everyone to my podcast "Weevil's people", my weekly spotlight on people who have been in the news lately."

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