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after behind in time, order, or place; later than. [3/12 definitions]
Algonkian of, relating to, or designating the later of two geological periods of the Precambrian Era, from approximately 2.5 billion to 600 million years ago, when the first evidence of life appeared; Late Precambrian; Proterozoic. [1/4 definitions]
astrolabe an instrument used by the ancient Greeks and medieval Arabs to determine the position of heavenly bodies, later replaced by the sextant.
at the latest no later than (a specified time).
back order part of an order that will be filled at a later date.
back-order to submit an order for (something) to be filled at a later time, as when (it) is available.
behind at a point during advancement that is later than. [1/10 definitions]
beyond past the far side of; farther on than; later than. [1/6 definitions]
blood bank a place where blood is collected, processed, and stored as whole blood or plasma, for later use in transfusion.
box lunch an individual light meal, prepared and put in a box to be eaten later, as during travel or at a picnic.
carboniferous (cap.) of, relating to, or designating the geological time period between the Devonian and Permian of the Paleozoic Era, from approximately 350 million to 280 million years ago, when the warm damp climate produced many forests that later formed rich coal deposits. [1/3 definitions]
catch up to reach a stage of completeness or full satisfaction, but later than originally required or intended (usu. fol. by "on" or "with"). [1/2 definitions]
charge to defer payment for (something) until a later date according to a legal credit agreement. [1/22 definitions]
charge account a business arrangement between a buyer and seller in which the seller allows the buyer to charge purchases to an account, for which he or she will be billed later.
continuance in law, postponement to a later date. [1/4 definitions]
cotyledon in a great number of plants, one of usu. two leaves that appear first after a seed has sprouted and are usu. different in shape from later leaves.
credit the right to buy at the present time and pay later, or one's reputation for paying one's debts. [1/12 definitions]
defer1 to put off until a later time or date; postpone. [1/3 definitions]
delay to postpone until a later time. [1/7 definitions]
Dictaphone trademark for a machine that records dictation so it can be played back for writing or typing later.
Doric of, pertaining to, designating, or characteristic of the earliest and simplest order of classical Greek architecture, later adapted by the Romans, esp. its typical fluted columns with simple capitals. [1/3 definitions]