Translation: from spanish

late bloomer

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  • late bloomer — When someone does not obtain success with their interests, talents, or personality until later in their lives, we say they are a late bloomer …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • late bloomer — n. a person who matures, achieves proficiency in some field or skill, etc. later than such a person is normally expected to …   English World dictionary

  • Late bloomer — A late bloomer is a person who does not discover their talents and abilities until later than normally expected. In certain cases, the individual may be as old as 83, and retirement may lead to this discovery. The late bloomer is something of a… …   Wikipedia

  • late bloomer — a person whose talents or capabilities are slow to develop: A late bloomer, she wrote her first novel when she was almost 50. * * * late bloomer, a person whose capacities develop later than normally expected: »But I am still disconcerted when… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Late Bloomer — Infobox Film name = Osoi Hito (Late Bloomer) image size = caption = director = Go Shibata producer = Toshiki Shima writer = Gô Shibata starring = Ariko Arita music = Takashi Ueno cinematography = Masaaki Takakura editing = Keita Ichikawa Keisuke… …   Wikipedia

  • late bloomer — a person whose talents or capabilities are slow to develop: A late bloomer, she wrote her first novel when she was almost 50. * * * …   Universalium

  • late bloomer — a person who is slow to mature or succeed    Kelly is not doing well in math, but she may be a late bloomer …   English idioms

  • late bloomer — noun a) A person who reaches puberty comparatively later than their peers. b) A person who lives a childs life comparatively later than their peers …   Wiktionary

  • late bloomer — one who becomes mature at a later age than normal …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bloomer — bloomer1 /blooh meuhr/, n. 1. a costume for women, advocated about 1850 by Amelia Jenks Bloomer, consisting of a short skirt, loose trousers gathered and buttoned at the ankle, and often a coat and a wide hat. 2. bloomers, (used with a pl. v.) a …   Universalium

  • bloomer — I. noun Date: 1727 1. a plant that blooms 2. a person who reaches full competence or maturity < he was a late bloomer as a writer > 3. [blooming] a stupid blunder II. noun Etymology: Amelia Bloomer …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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