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post-

prefix
 
 
after or later than: Post-tax profits are £931,000 against £971,000 the previous year. The Tokyo market made a strong post-crash recovery. →  Compare pre-
Translations of “post-”
in Vietnamese tiếp đầu ngữ “sau”…
in Spanish Post-…
in Thai หลังจาก…
in Malaysian pasca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 後…
in Indonesian pasca-…
in Chinese (Simplified) 后…
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