after-school


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af·ter·school

 (ăf′tər-sko͞ol′)
adj. often after-school
1. Taking place immediately following school classes: afterschool activities.
2. Of or being a program designed to provide care for and educational enhancement to children in the hours immediately following school classes.
n.
An afterschool program.
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after-school

adj
(Education) put on after the end of the normal school day
n
(Education) a session or club after the end of the normal school day
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.after-school - outside regular school hoursafter-school - outside regular school hours; "a special after-school class"
outside - relating to or being on or near the outer side or limit; "an outside margin"
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