After

After is Australian slang for afternoon.
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after

[adv] - behind or in the rear
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After

Aft'er (ȧft'tẽr) adjective [ Anglo-Saxon √¶fter after, behind; akin to Goth. aftaro , aftra , backwards, Icelandic aptr , Swedish and Danish efter , Old High German aftar behind, Dutch and LG. achter , Greek 'apwte`rw further ...
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After

Aft'er preposition 1. Behind in place; as, men in line one after another. 'Shut doors after you.' Shak. 2. Below in rank; next to in order. Shak. « Codrus after Ph...bus sings the best. Dryden. » 3. Later in time; s...
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After

Aft'er adverb Subsequently in time or place; behind; afterward; as, he follows after . « It was about the space of three hours after . Acts. v. 7. » » After is prefixed to many words, forming compounds, but retaining its usual signification. The prefix ...
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after

adverb behind or in the rear; `and Jill came tumbling after`
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After

• (prep.) According to; in accordance with; in conformity with the nature of; as, he acted after his kind. • (prep.) According to the direction and influence of; in proportion to; befitting. • (prep.) Subsequent to and in consequence of; as, after what you have said, I shall be careful. • (a.) Next; later in time; subsequent; su...
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After

In nautical terms, the term after refers to the rear of a ship.
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