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hereafter

Pronunciation: /hɪrˈæftər; hɪərˈɑːftə(r)/

Translation of hereafter in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

  • [formal] (from now on) de aquí en adelante; (in the future) en el futuro, en lo sucesivo
    Example sentences
    • References hereafter are included in the main text, abbreviated to A and page number.
    • To extend the benefit of technological developments in the banking industry to rural India, the existing Kisan Credit Card will hereafter be modified, upon individual request, for use on ATM machines, wherever such facility exists.
    • Berry, in one of his more inspired name changes, decided Morris would hereafter be called Little Stevie Wonder.
    Example sentences
    • So far as Appeal 1 is concerned, as we see it at the moment, there are perhaps three headings upon which we would seek permission to appeal and which we would like to raise hereafter.
    • The deliberative orator is concerned with the future: it is about things to be done hereafter that he advises, for or against.
    • Agassiz believes this to be a universal law of nature; and we may hope hereafter to see the law proved true.

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