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post- or post adv.,

after this, after that, hereafter, thereafter, afterwards, later : qui in exercitu P. Sullae, et postea in M. Crassi fuerat, Cs.: postea cum nihil scriberetur: post ea loci consul pervenit in oppidum, S.: postea aliquanto, a little while after: paucis postea mensibus: per brevi postea mortuus est: legati deinde postea missi ab rege, L.: inde postea, L.: postea deinceps, L.— With quam (less correctly as one word, posteaquam), after that: postea quam ego in Siciliam veni: postea quam nuntii venerint, Cs.: postea vero quam accepit, etc., S.—Then, after that, in view of that, in fine: nonne haec iusta tibi videntur postea? T.: quid postea? what then? T., L.: quid postea, si Romae adsiduus fui? what follows?

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