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Idioms for after

    after all, despite what has occurred or been assumed previously; nevertheless: I've discovered I can attend the meeting after all.

Origin of after

before 900; Middle English; Old English æfter; cognate with Old Frisian efter, Old Saxon, Old High German after, Gothic aftaro, Old Norse eptir; equivalent to æf- (see aft1) + -ter suffix of comparison and polarity (cognate with Greek -teros)

synonym study for after

1. See behind.
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British Dictionary definitions for afters (1 of 2)

afters
/ (ˈɑːftəz) /

noun (functioning as singular or plural) British

informal dessert; sweet
slang a confrontation or physical violence between football players immediately after they have been involved in a challenge for the ball

British Dictionary definitions for afters (2 of 2)

Word Origin for after

Old English æfter; related to Old Norse aptr back, eptir after, Old High German aftar
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Idioms and Phrases with afters

after

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