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tarde in English:

1. late late


Too late.
It was bad enough that he usually came to work late, but coming in drunk was the last straw, and I'm going to have to let him go.
It's too late to shut the stable door after the horse has bolted.
In late August, the Allied forces captured Paris.
When she was late, I felt like scolding her, but I held my tongue.
If your rent comes in past the fifth, a late charge will be added.
Churchill visited Stalin late in 1944.
He attended the high school for three years without missing a single day or being late.
Good morning. You're a bit late today, aren't you? "Yes, I ran into a bit of trouble."
Though he lives within a stone's throw of the school, he is often late.
I discovered too late that I left out the most important part of my speech.
We were held up for half an hour in the traffic and so we arrived late.
Let’s go now. Otherwise, we'll be late.
Your voice reminds me of my late grandmother.
The number of students who were late for school was much smaller than I had expected.

English word "tarde"(late) occurs in sets:

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2. evening's evening's


He was looking forward to that evening's date.

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