Subsequently to the time when
ETYM AS. aefter after, behind; akin to Goth. aftaro, aftra, backwards, Icel. aptr, Swed. and Dan. efter, Old High Germ. aftar behind, Dutch and LG. achter, Greek apotero further off. Related to Of; cf. Aft.
Located farther aft.
1. Happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
2. Behind or in the rear.
1. Behind in place
2. Subsequent to in time or order
3. Subsequent to and in view of
4. So as to resemble