Tarde, con retraso: You are always late for class, siempre llegas tarde a clase.
Difunto: “Members of the Kennedy family, including environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and the late Sen. Ted Kennedy.” FOXNews, April 27, 2010.
Late in, a finales de: Late in December, a finales de diciembre.
Of late: últimamente, recientemente: “Letters from the States had been few and far between of late, although money from Sean still came from time to time.” John Carney, Worlds apart. (Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, 1991).
Later, después (no después de, que es after), más tarde: I’ll do it later. See you later.