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postwaradjective

uk   /ˈpəʊst.wɔː/  us   /ˈpoʊst.wɔːr/
happening or existing in the period after a war, especially the First or Second World War: postwar Europe the postwar period
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in Vietnamese sau chiến tranh…
in Spanish posguerra…
in Thai หลังสงคราม…
in Malaysian lepas perang…
in French d’après-guerre…
in German Nachkriegs-……
in Indonesian pascaperang…
in Russian послевоенный…
in Turkish savaş sonrası…
in Polish powojenny…
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