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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- preposition: Behind in place or order: Z comes after Y in the alphabet.
- preposition: Next to or lower than in order or importance.
- preposition: In quest or pursuit of: seek after fame; go after big money.
- preposition: Concerning: asked after you.
- preposition: Subsequent in time to; at a later time than: come after dinner.
- preposition: Subsequent to and because of or regardless of: They are still friends after all their differences.
- preposition: Following continually: year after year.
- preposition: In the style of or in imitation of: satires after Horace.
- preposition: With the same or close to the same name as; in honor or commemoration of: named after her mother.
- preposition: According to the nature or desires of; in conformity to: a tenor after my own heart.
- preposition: Past the hour of: five minutes after three.
- preposition: Irish Used with a present participle to indicate action that has just been completed: "Sure I'm after seeing him not five minutes ago” ( James Joyce).
- adverb: Behind; in the rear.
- adverb: At a later or subsequent time; afterward: three hours after; departed shortly after.
- adjective: Subsequent in time or place; later; following: in after years.
- adjective: Located near the stern of a vessel or the rear or an aircraft or spacecraft.
- conjunction: Following or subsequent to the time that: I saw them after I arrived.
- noun: Afternoon.
- noun: Chiefly British Dessert.
- idiom: after all In spite of everything to the contrary; nevertheless: We chose to take the train after all.
- idiom: after all Everything else having been considered; ultimately: A car is after all a means of transportation.
- the man was close after him vyras sekė įkandin jo
- after dinner po pietų
- after tomorrow poryt
- after the latest fashion pagal paskutinę madą
- cj po to
- (laiko atžvilgiu) po (to)
- (vietos atžvilgiu) po