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After another event or time

after

adverb, preposition, conjunction

when a particular time has passed, or when an event or action has ended

following

adjective, preposition, pronoun

after something happens, or as a result of something that happens

since

adverb, conjunction, preposition

at some time after a particular point in the past

subsequently

adverb

after something else happened

ensuing

adjective

an ensuing period of time comes after the time or event that you have been talking about

succeeding

adjective

coming after something else

beyond

adverb, preposition

continuing after a particular time or date

subsequent

adjective

happening or coming after something else

in the course of time

after some time has passed

in time

after a fairly long period of time

sandwich generation

a generation … who are balancing working life with caring for both their teenage children and elderly parents

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to gossip or share personal information with someone …

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