How to say late-onset in Japanese

ちはつせいchihatsusei

noun or verb acting prenominally:

  • late-onset (usu. disease, etc.); delayed onset; tardive

Example Sentences

何でnandeこんなにkonnani遅くosokuまでmade起きokiてるteruno
What keeps you up so late?
osoすぎるsugiru
It's too late.
学校gakkouni遅刻chikokushita
I was late for school.
少しsukoshiうちuchini寄ってyotteいかないikanai?」「いいiino?」「うちuchi共働きtomobatarakideoyaha遅いosoino
"Want to drop round my place?" "Can I?" "My parents come home late as they both work."
このkonoドクロマークDOKUROMAAKUha17世紀seiki後半kouhanniイギリスIGIRISUde活動katsudouしたshita世界的にsekaitekini有名なyuumeina海賊kaizokuキャプテンKYAPUTENキッドKIDDOにちなんでnichinandeつけられたtsukerareta
This skull and crossbones was named based on the world-famous Captain Kidd who was active in late 17th century Britain.

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