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post adv.

POS-.—Of place, behind, back backwards : ante aut post, L.: servi, qui post erant: ubi periculum advenit, invidia atque superbia post fuere, i. e. were forgotten , S.: post minor est, i. e. shorter when seen from behind , Iu.—Of time, afterwards, after, later : post duobus mensibus, T.: initio . . . post autem: rursus . . . post, S.: multis post annis, many years after : aliquanto post, somewhat later : paulo post valens, a little later : multo post quam, long after : post tanto, so long after , V.—Of order, afterwards, next : primum . . . post deinde, T.: primo . . . inde . . . post, S.

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