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thereafter
American English: /ðɛrˈæftər/
British English: /ðɛːrˈɑːftə/

Translation of thereafter in Spanish:

adverb

  • [formal]
    a partir de entonces
    Example sentences
    • He sustained a head injury as a child and thereafter suffered from epilepsy and mental handicap.
    • His performance thereafter, though, suggested that his composure had been affected.
    • Castro was most amused and thereafter the pair met on several occasions.

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