“Later” in Greek

In Greek, “Later” (the adjective, in a comparative sense) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Greek alphabet, it is written as:


Listen to this word pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

Which flight is later?

Poia einai i epomeni ptisi?

Ποιά είναι η επόμενη πτήση?

I’ll take the later bus on Friday.

Tha paro to teleftaio leoforeio tin Paraskevi.

Θα πάρω το τελευταίο λεωφορείο την Παρασκευή.

Can we eat later?

Mporoume na fame argotera?

Μπορούμε να φάμε αργότερα?

Do you want an earlier or later flight?

Thelete mia ptisi noritera i argotera?

Θέλετε μια πτήση νωρίτερα ή αργότερα?

(reservation at a restaurant) “Do you have any tables available later than 8pm?

Exete kapoio elefthero trapezi gia meta tis oxto?

Έχετε κάποιο ελεύθερο τραπέζι για μετά τις οχτώ?

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Later” in Lebanese Arabic

“Later” in Tunisian Arabic

“Later” in Turkish

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