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sub·se·quent

 (sŭb′sĭ-kwĕnt′, -kwənt)
adj.
Following in time or order; succeeding.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin subsequēns, subsequent-, present participle of subsequī, to follow close after : sub-, close after; see sub- + sequī, to follow; see sekw- in Indo-European roots.]

sub′se·quent′ly adv.
sub′se·quent′ness n.

subsequent

(ˈsʌbsɪkwənt) or

subsequential

adj
occurring after; succeeding
[C15: from Latin subsequēns following on, from subsequī, from sub- near + sequī to follow]
ˈsubsequently adv
ˈsubsequentness n

sub•se•quent

(ˈsʌb sɪ kwənt)

adj.
1. occurring or coming later or after (often fol. by to): Subsequent to their marriage, they moved to the city.
2. following in order or succession; succeeding.
[1425–75; < Latin subsequent-,subsequēns, present participle of subsequī to follow behind =sub- sub- + sequī to follow; see -ent]
sub′se•quent•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.subsequent - following in time or order; "subsequent developments"
succeeding - coming after or following
antecedent - preceding in time or order

subsequent

adjective following, later, succeeding, after, successive, ensuing, consequent the increase of population in subsequent years
earlier, former, previous, past, prior, one-time, preceding, erstwhile, antecedent

subsequent

adjective
1. Following something else in time:
2. Being or occurring in the time ahead:
3. Following one after another in an orderly pattern:
Translations
لاحِق، تالٍ
následný
efterfølgende
seuraava
azutánikésőbbirákövetkező
eftirfarandi, síîari
po to einantis
nākošaissekojošs
subseqüente
izleyensonraki

subsequent

[ˈsʌbsɪkwənt] ADJposterior, subsiguiente (more frm)
on a subsequent visiten una visita posterior
in subsequent yearsen años posteriores
all subsequent studies confirmed that findingtodos los estudios subsiguientes or posteriores confirmaron esa conclusión
subsequent tocon posterioridad a
subsequent to thatposteriormente

subsequent

[ˈsʌbsɪkwənt] adjsuivant(e), subséquent(e)
subsequent to prepà la suite de

subsequent

adj(nach)folgend, anschließend; (in time) → später, anschließend; subsequent to (form)im Anschluss an (+acc)

subsequent

[ˈsʌbsɪkwənt] adj (later) → successivo/a; (further) → ulteriore
subsequent to → in seguito a

subsequent

(ˈsabsikwənt) adjective
following or coming after. His misbehaviour and subsequent dismissal from the firm were reported in the newspaper.
ˈsubsequently adverb
afterwards. He escaped from prison but was subsequently recaptured.
subsequent to
after. The child became ill subsequent to receiving an injection against measles.
References in classic literature ?
Wharton made extensive stylistic, punctuation, and spelling changes and revisions between the serial and book publication, and more than thirty subsequent changes were made after the second impression of the book edition had been run off.
Erskine was on the other side; and he then supported it by saying, that though the gentleman had originally harpooned the lady, and had once had her fast, and only by reason of the great stress of her plunging viciousness, had as last abandoned her; yet abandon her he did, so that she became a loose-fish; and therefore when a subsequent gentleman re-harpooned her, the lady then became that subsequent gentleman's property, along with whatever harpoon might have been found sticking in her.
When, therefore, mention is made in the subsequent reasonings of an assembly or body of men, what is said must be understood to relate to a select body or assembly, of the description already given.
In each of the latter, the efficacy of the federal resolutions depends on the subsequent and voluntary resolutions of the states composing the union.
Though at the time I but ill comprehended not a few of his words, yet subsequent disclosures, when I had become more familiar with his broken phraseology, now enable me to present the whole story such as it may prove in the mere skeleton I give.
That, if Joe knew it, and at any subsequent period of our joint domestic life remarked that his beer was flat or thick, the conviction that he suspected Tar in it, would bring a rush of blood to my face.
The 'Deus ex Machina' should be employed only for events external to the drama,--for antecedent or subsequent events, which lie beyond the range of human knowledge, and which require to be reported or foretold; for to the gods we ascribe the power of seeing all things.
And, during the nine subsequent years, I did nothing but roam from one place to another, desirous of being a spectator rather than an actor in the plays exhibited on the theater of the world; and, as I made it my business in each matter to reflect particularly upon what might fairly be doubted and prove a source of error, I gradually rooted out from my mind all the errors which had hitherto crept into it.
From the foregoing events of the winter-time let us press on to an October day, more than eight months subsequent to the parting of Clare and Tess.
Had Captain Jorgensen not been dilatory in his contemplated smashing, and had not Hanson delayed in giving sufficient provocation for a smashing, Michael would have accompanied Steward upon the schooner, Howard, and all Michael's subsequent experiences would have been totally different from what they were destined to be.
If the difficulties be not insuperable in admitting that in the long course of time the individuals of the same species, and likewise of allied species, have proceeded from some one source; then I think all the grand leading facts of geographical distribution are explicable on the theory of migration (generally of the more dominant forms of life), together with subsequent modification and the multiplication of new forms.
This was slightly modified in subsequent volumes to take the form of the following statement: