Subsequently to; following in time; later than. (preposition)
in pursuit of, seeking (preposition)
in allusion to, in imitation of; following or referencing (preposition)
next in importance or rank (preposition)
as a result of (preposition)
in spite of (preposition)
Used to indicate recent completion of an activity (preposition)
according to an author or text (preposition)
Signifies that the action of the clause it starts takes place before the action of the other clause. (conjunction)
Later; second (of two); next, following, subsequent (adjective)
At or towards the stern of a ship (adjective)
Examples of word after
In this episode, three sisters one of which is criminally insane create trouble after the victims body is shown to have been mutilated *after*
Fuckem. marz hey did yall see the last easter egg after the credits..after the one with stryker getting arrested..after showing him in the japanese bar..and after the one where deadpool grabs his own head..they showed the the final easter egg: the actual movie COMPLETED!
So, ASC, being a profit-motivated organization and not, in reality, violating any laws after all, military-grade hardware was added *after* the airframes arrived on Hera, continued to sell Fireflies to our friends at the FFSW on Hera right up until the plant was destroyed in the war.
People often forget that a language area, even after fracturing into mutually incomprehensible or almost incomprehensible dialects, can still disseminate new features developed *after* the dissolution of the language.
The unanimous decision by the Massachusetts Board of Pharmacy comes two weeks after three women sued Wal-Mart in state court for failing to carry the so called ` ` morning after\'\ 'pill in its Wal-Mart and Sam\'s Club stores in the state.