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afterwardsadverb

uk   /ˈɑːf.tə.wədz/  us   /ˈæf.tɚ.wɚdz/ mainly UK (US usually afterward)
A2 after the time mentioned: We had tea, and afterwards we sat in the garden for a while. They separated, and soon/shortly afterwards Jane left the country.
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in Korean 그 후…
in Arabic فِيما بَعْد, بَعْد ذَلِك…
in Portuguese depois, após, mais tarde…
in Catalan després…
in Japanese 後で, そのあと…
in Italian dopo, in seguito, poi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過後,以後,後來…
in Russian потом…
in Turkish sonraları, daha sonrasında…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过后,以后,后来…
in Polish potem, później…
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