- n someone who arrives late
- A latecomer to the business, the Ambanis in 2002 acquired a license to sell basic fixed-line telephone services, which included the right to provide limited-range wireless services .
- If you're a latecomer to his charms, you'll wish your alleged friends had demanded that you start watching a lot sooner.
- As can often be the case, the latecomer has the advantage.
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- Vietnam PM's son-in-law gets McDonald's franchise
HANOI, Vietnam -- McDonald's said Tuesday it will open its first burger restaurant in Vietnam after awarding the franchise to the son-in-law of the Communist-ruled nation's prime minister. The fast-food chain is a relative latecomer to Vietnam where other Western consumer brands such as Starbucks, Subway and Pizza Hut have already opened stores.
July 16, 2013 - The Arizona Republic
- Mohamed Elmasry in Canada.com
There are a lot of imams going around (suggesting) people watch the first episode this evening,said Elmasry, who is also an imam. "I believe it's about time for Muslims to laugh at themselves - we are a latecomer into comedy."
- Mike Huckabee in New York Times
I'm not a latecomer to the NRA,Mr. Huckabee said. "I was the first governor in America to have a concealed carry permit, so don't mess with me."
- Jeff Merkley in Salem Statesman Journal
In an interview, Merkley called Smith "a latecomer to recognizing the damage, after he helped to create that damage."