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post·war

 (pōst′wôr′)
adj.
Belonging to the period after a war: postwar resettlement; a postwar house.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.postwar - belonging to the period after a war; "postwar resettlement"; "postwar inflation"
prewar - existing or belonging to a time before a war; "prewar levels of industrial production"
Translations
بَعْد الحَرْب
poválečný
efterkrigs-
háború utáni
eftirstríîs-
pokario
pēckara-
povojnový
savaş sonrasına ait

postwar

[ˈpəʊstˈwɔːʳ] adjdel dopoguerra
the postwar period → il periodo postbellico or del dopoguerra

postwar

(pəustˈwoː) adjective
of, or belonging to, the time after a war. postwar depression.
References in periodicals archive ?
Postwar Emigration to South America from Japan and the Ryukyu Islands
Mapping the End of Empire: American and British Strategic Visions in the Postwar World, by Aiyaz Husain.
is a tired cliche but one that has persisted over the two and a half decades since Japan's postwar economic bubble burst, taking with it the belief that Japan's already apparent systemic problems of monoculturalism and demographics (to take just two examples) could be overcome by a new model of national economic power.
Civic Engagement in Postwar Japan: The Revival of a Defeated Society.
This collection of essays (originally published in 2007 as Le Japon apres la guerre) is concerned with how to chronologically delimit and conceptually define the postwar period in Japan.
Is the choice of institutional design in a postwar situation determined at all by expected political utility?
The dollar rewrote its postwar low for the fourth time since Oct.
This was a postwar loan of $586million, with a further $3,750million line of credit, at a very generous interest rate of two per cent.
Kapczynski's The German Patient represents an important contribution to a growing body of scholarship re-examining cultural discourses of the immediate postwar period in Germany.
In Technology Diffusion and Postwar Growth (NBER Working Paper No.
American foreign policy and postwar reconstruction; comparing Japan and Iraq.