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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 ?
It was something which he felt rather than perceived, and he never voiced the feeling without subsequent regret and ample atonement.
This consideration probably hastened their determination, and quickened the subsequent movements.
For, not only had his son and heir come into immediate enjoyment of a rich estate, but there was a claim through an Indian deed, confirmed by a subsequent grant of the General Court, to a vast and as yet unexplored and unmeasured tract of Eastern lands.
at once shadowy and sensual, A tender loin of beef, a hind-quarter of veal, a spare-rib of pork, a particular chicken, or a remarkably praiseworthy turkey, which had perhaps adorned his board in the days of the elder Adams, would be remembered; while all the subsequent experience of our race, and all the events that brightened or darkened his individual career, had gone over him with as little permanent effect as the passing breeze.
But if there was a pleasure in all this, while snugly cuddling in the chimney corner of a chamber that was all of a ruddy glow from the crackling wood fire, and where, of course, no spectre dared to show its face, it was dearly purchased by the terrors of his subsequent walk homewards.
But these fancies were not marked enough not to be thrown off, and it is only in the light, or the gloom, I should rather say, of other and subsequent matters that they now come back to me.
For several hours I lay there broad awake, feeling a great deal worse than I have ever done since, even from the greatest subsequent misfortunes.
This peculiarity of the whale's eyes is a thing always to be borne in mind in the fishery; and to be remembered by the reader in some subsequent scenes.
So he told her the long story of his adventures since his flight from home; his life as a tramp, and his work in the freight tunnels, and the accident; and then of Jack Duane, and of his political career in the stockyards, and his downfall and subsequent failures.
Miranda was rather mollified by and pleased with the turn of events, although she did not intend to show it, or give anybody any reason to expect that this expression of hospitality was to serve for a precedent on any subsequent occasion.
Going to live at Baltimore laid the foundation, and opened the gateway, to all my subsequent prosperity.
Her resolution of refusal only grew more interesting by the addition of a scheme for his subsequent consolation and happiness.