After - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈæftər|  American pronunciation of the word after
Brit.  |ˈɑːftə|  British pronunciation of the word after

adverb

- happening at a time subsequent to a reference time(syn: afterward, afterwards, later, subsequently)
- behind or in the rear

adjective

- located farther aft

Examples

Don't tell them until after.

I expected her then, but she arrived the week after.

He ate lunch and left just after.

We arrived shortly after six o'clock.

He returned after 20 years.

Before, during, and after the war

He left just after nightfall.

He finished the exam after me.

Call me after your arrival.

She was going to arrive tomorrow but I'm now expecting her the day after tomorrow instead.

He left after an hour.

How can you say that after what happened last night?

It's the highest mountain after Mount Everest.

He returned after 20 years had passed.

Don't tell them until after they've had dinner.

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