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  1. after

    • IPA[ˈaftər]

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    • prep.
      in the time following (an event or another period of time);in phrases indicating something happening continuously or repeatedly
    • conj.
      during the period of time following an event
    • adv.
      at a later or future time; afterwards
    • adj.
      later;nearer the stern of a ship
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    • 1. archaic later he was sorry in after years
    • 2. nearer the stern of a ship the after cabin
    • n.
      a morning on which a person has a hangover.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      make a pupil stay at school after normal hours as a punishment

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    • adj.
      relating to income that remains after the deduction of taxes due.

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    • ph.
      pursue or hunt down someone

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an impression of a vivid image retained by the eye after the stimulus has ceased.

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    • adj.
      much in demand; generally desired: the most expensive and sought-after perfume

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a party held after an event, especially a concert or another party.

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    • adj.
      taking place after normal school hours: after-school childcare facilities

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    • IPA[ˈɑːftə]

    英式

    • prep.
      in the time following (an event or another period of time): shortly after their marriage they moved to Colorado after a while he returned
    • conj.
      during the period of time following an event: bath time ended in a flood after the taps were left running
    • adv.
      at a later or future time; afterwards: Duke Frederick died soon after the week after, I was back at school
    • adj.
      later: he was sorry in after years

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