afterwardsadverbuk /ˈɑːf.tə.wədz/ us /ˈæf.tɚ.wɚdz/ mainly UK (US usually afterward)
- We agreed on a price but afterwards they wanted £10 extra.
- If you're a good boy at the doctor's I'll take you swimming afterwards.
- Everyone would go into the hall for assembly and then afterwards we'd go to our respective classes.
- I vote (that) we go to the cinema first and eat afterwards.
- He said he had to go to a meeting now, but that afterwards he'd come and discuss the problem.