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Translation of "after" - English-Portuguese dictionary

after

preposition   /ˈɑːf·tər/
A1 following something that has happened depois de, após We went swimming after lunch.
A2 following in order depois de, após H comes after G in the alphabet.
A2 once you have passed a particular place depois de, após Turn left after the hotel.
B1 following someone or something atrás de We ran after him.
because of something that happened em sequência de I’ll never trust her again after what she did to me.
although something happened or is true; despite apesar de I can’t believe he was so rude to you after all the help you gave him!
US used to say how many minutes past the hour it is usado para indicar quantos minutos passados depois de cada hora It’s five after three.
after all
B1 used to add an explanation to something that you have just said afinal You can’t expect to be perfect – after all, it was only your first lesson.
day after day, year after year, etc.
B1 happening every day, year, etc., over a long period dia após dia, ano após ano, etc. We go to the same place on holiday year after year.
be after something
to be trying to get something estar atrás de algo What type of job are you after?
(Definition of after preposition from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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