How do I use idiom 'of late'
I discovered in a website that 'of late' means Recently, lately.
I am bit puzzuled !!
I'm not sure that "of late" qualifies as an idiom, but the definition you give is correct enough. How would you use it? Here are a couple of examples.
Originally Posted by Santhoshrao
I've been collecting stamps of late.
He's been acting strangely of late.
The weather has improved of late.
It's a substitute for recently as you've discovered.
By the way; there's only one "u" in puzzled!
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