a party held after a public performance of a play or film
(as modifier): an aftershow bash
aftersound aftersound af·ter·sound (āf’tər-sound’) n. The sensation of hearing a sound after the cause of the sound has ceased. Also called afterhearing.
noun a moisturizing lotion applied to the skin to soothe sunburn and avoid peeling (as modifier): aftersun lotion
at a later or subsequent time; subsequently. Contemporary Examples The two sides were “extremely close” to a deal, Kerry said afterward, and have agreed to meet again in Geneva later this month. Despite Kerry’s Push for Delay, Senators Say They Want Iran Sanctions Josh Rogin November 12, 2013 At the ceremony and afterward I got […]
at a later or subsequent time; subsequently. Contemporary Examples afterwards she went back to dancing for a few hours in her free public area to make sure her many regulars could see her. Meet LittleRedBunny, the Queen of Cam Girls Richard Abowitz March 1, 2014 “We were fortunate,” said German coach Rudi Voller afterwards. USA […]
abbreviation Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network: a worldwide system of radio and cable links for transmitting and recording messages Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network