ulterior

  • 1 ulterior — ULTERIÓR, OÁRĂ, ulteriori, oare, adj. Care se face sau se întâmplă mai târziu (în raport cu un moment, un eveniment etc. dat); care urmează după ceva sau după cineva; posterior (1). [pr.: ri or] – Din fr. ultérieur, lat. ulterior. Trimis de ana… …

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  • 2 Ulterior — puede referirse a: Posterior en el tiempo o en el espacio. Posterior en el espacio, allende, lo que está de la parte de allá en relación con el que lo designa.[1] Hispania Ulterior, una de las dos provincias romanas de Hispania surgidas de la… …

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  • 3 Ulterior — Ul*te ri*or, a. [L., comp. of ultra, ultro, beyond, on the other side, properly cases of an old adjective, formed with a comparative suffix, which is akin to OL. uls beyond, L. olim formerly, hereafter, orig., at that time, ille that, OL. olle,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 ulterior — (adj.) 1640s, from L. ulterior more distant, further, comparative of *ulter beyond (see ULTRA (Cf. ultra )). The sense in ulterior motives is first attested 1735 …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 5 Ulterior — Ul*te ri*or, n. Ulterior side or part. [R.] Coleridge. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 ulterior — I adjective concealed, hidden, not manifest, obscure, secret, unadvertised, unavowed, undisclosed, undivulged, unevident, unexpressed, unknown, unmentioned, unobvious, unperceived, unrevealed, unseen associated concepts: ulterior motive II index… …

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  • 7 ulterior — (Del lat. ulterĭor, ōris). 1. adj. Que está de la parte de allá de un sitio o territorio. 2. Que se dice, sucede o se ejecuta después de otra cosa. Se han tomado providencias ulteriores …

    Diccionario de la lengua española

  • 8 ulterior — ► ADJECTIVE 1) other than what is obvious or admitted: she had some ulterior motive in coming. 2) beyond what is immediate or present. ORIGIN Latin, further, more distant …

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  • 9 ulterior — [ul tir′ē ər] adj. [L, compar. of * ulter, beyond, farther (see ULTRA )] 1. lying beyond or on the farther side 2. later, subsequent, or future 3. further; more remote; esp., beyond what is expressed, implied, or evident; undisclosed [an ulterior …

    English World dictionary

  • 10 Ulterĭor — (lat.), der fernere, weitere …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 11 ulterior —   [lateinisch »jenseitig«], citerior …

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  • 12 ulterior — |ô| adj. 2 g. 1. Que vem depois, que sucede depois (por oposição a anterior). 2. Futuro, que há de acontecer. 3. Que está para o lado de lá de em oposição a citerior …

    Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • 13 ulterior — [adj] secret; pertaining to a hidden goal ambiguous, buried, concealed, covert, cryptic, dark, enigmatic, equivocal, guarded, hidden, implied, obscure, obscured, personal, privy, remote, secondary, selfish, shrouded, under cover, under wraps*,… …

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  • 14 ulterior — (Del lat. ulterior.) ► adjetivo 1 Que se hace o sucede después de otra cosa: ■ en el ulterior acuerdo se modifican algunos apartados. SINÓNIMO posterior ANTÓNIMO anterior 2 Que está en el otro lado de un lugar respecto al punto desde donde se… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 15 ulterior — ulteriorly, adv. /ul tear ee euhr/, adj. 1. being beyond what is seen or avowed; intentionally kept concealed: ulterior motives. 2. coming at a subsequent time or stage; future; further: ulterior action. 3. lying beyond or outside of some… …

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  • 16 ulterior — [[t]ʌltɪ͟əriə(r)[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n If you say that someone has an ulterior motive for doing something, you believe that they have a hidden reason for doing it. Sheila had an ulterior motive for trying to help Stan... Posing for the camera pleased… …

    English dictionary

  • 17 ulterior — /ʌlˈtɪəriə / (say ul tearreeuh) adjective 1. being beyond what is seen or avowed; intentionally kept concealed: ulterior motives. 2. coming at a subsequent time or stage: ulterior action. 3. being or situated beyond, or on the farther side:… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 18 ulterior — {{#}}{{LM SynU40055}}{{〓}} {{CLAVE U39077}}{{\}}{{CLAVE}}{{/}}{{\}}SINÓNIMOS Y ANTÓNIMOS:{{/}} {{[}}ulterior{{]}} {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} = {{<}}1{{>}} posterior • sucesivo • siguiente • subsiguiente ≠ anterior {{<}}2{{>}} {{♂}}(un lugar){{♀}} ≠… …

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  • 19 ulterior — ul|te|ri|or [ʌlˈtıəriə US ˈtıriər] adj [Date: 1600 1700; : Latin; Origin: farther , from ulter in a position beyond , from uls beyond ] ulterior motive/purpose etc a reason for doing something that you deliberately hide in order to get an… …

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  • 20 ulterior — [17] Ulterior goes back to an unrecorded Latin *ulter ‘distant’ (a relative of ultrā ‘beyond’, source of the English prefix ultra ). Its comparative form was ulterior, which meant literally ‘more distant’. Its superlative form was ultimus, which… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins