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English definition of “subsequent”

subsequent

adjective uk   /ˈsʌb.sɪ.kwənt/ us  
C1 happening after something else: The book discusses his illness and subsequent resignation from the government. Those explosions must have been subsequent to our departure, because we didn't hear anything.
subsequently
adverb uk   /-li/ us  
C1 In 1982 he was arrested and subsequently convicted on drug trafficking charges.
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