after- definition

  • prefix:
    • With contrary, subordinate, or remote effect; denoting hindrance, set-back, inferiority, etc.
    • With adverbial or adjectival effect, developing compound words showing a thing that comes a while later in spacial place or time.
    • With prepositional impact, forming compound terms denoting something employs the next element of the chemical.

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