After ( preposition , adverb )

(As a preposition)

After ( preposition )

  1. Coming or occurring later than the time of something else.
  2. In pursuit of someone or something.
  3. As a result of something.
  4. In spite of something.
  5. In the style or manner of something or someone.

Origin:

Old english æfter, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german nach.

Examples:

  1. I'll meet you after work.
  2. He chased after the thief.
  3. After the rain, the flowers bloomed.
  4. After all the hardships, she succeeded.
  5. She dressed after the fashion of the time.

(As an adverb)

After ( adverb )

  1. Coming or occurring later than the time of something else.
  2. In pursuit of someone or something.
  3. As a result of something.
  4. In spite of something.
  5. In the style or manner of something or someone.

Origin:

Old english æfter, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german nach.

Examples:

  1. I'll meet you after work.
  2. He chased after the thief.
  3. After the rain, the flowers bloomed.
  4. After all the hardships, she succeeded.
  5. She dressed after the fashion of the time.
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