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after-school

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Definition of after-school in English:

adjective

Taking place after normal school hours: after-school childcare facilities
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  • He plans to devote after-school hours to the job and use his bedroom as his office.
  • In some ways, after-school childcare is harder to come by than it is during holidays.
  • Actually, the event was scheduled for during school but then moved to after-school hours.

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