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there·af·ter

 (thâr-ăf′tər)
adv.
From a specified time onward; from then on.
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thereafter

(ˌðɛərˈɑːftə)
adv
from that time on or after that time: thereafter, he ceased to pay attention.
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there•af•ter

(ˌðɛərˈæf tər, -ˈɑf-)

adv.
1. after that in time or sequence; afterward; subsequently.
2. Obs. accordingly.
[before 900]
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Adv.1.thereafter - from that time on; "thereafter he never called again"
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thereafter

adverb after that, then, next, afterwards, subsequently, following that Inflation will fall and thereafter so will interest rates.
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Translations

thereafter

[ðɛərˈɑːftəʳ] ADV (frm) → después de eso, de allí en adelante, a partir de entonces
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thereafter

[ˌðɛərˈɑːftər] advpar la suite
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thereafter

adv (form)danach, darauf (geh)
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thereafter

[ˌðɛərˈɑːftəʳ] adv (past) → da allora in poi; (future) → in seguito
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References in classic literature ?
We decided that that was the saloon for us, and we agreed to be more circumspect thereafter in our drink-buying.
One of the consequences of this episode was that the first joints of three of the little boy's fingers were permanently disabled, and another that thereafter he always had to be beaten before he set out to work, whenever there was fresh snow on the ground.
Thereafter, without prompting, as a matter of course when handed a bone, he carried it to the corner.
"Ah, friend," thought I, "go YOU to your vodka, but what have I to do with such stuff?" Then, sadly weary, I halted for a moment's rest, and thereafter dragged myself further on my way.
Thereafter he walked very carefully, with his eyes on the road, and when he saw a tiny ant toiling by he would step over it, so as not to harm it.
Thereafter, feeling his life a burden from the shame and ridicule to which he was exposed, he schemed to convince all the other Foxes that being tailless was much more attractive, thus making up for his own deprivation.
But the Madagonians were unsuccessful, which so chagrined them that never thereafter in all their land was a Novakatkan secure in property or life.
"The following day we came upon a herd of small thoats, and thereafter we were mounted and made good time.
But after making six books about the adventures of those interesting but queer people who live in the Land of Oz, the Historian learned with sorrow that by an edict of the Supreme Ruler, Ozma of Oz, her country would thereafter be rendered invisible to all who lived outside its borders and that all communication with Oz would, in the future, be cut off.
And so Hesiod says that oaths touching the matter of love do not draw down anger from the gods: `And thereafter he ordained that an oath concerning the secret deeds of the Cyprian should be without penalty for men.'
Thereafter it was sacred to her; he always knocked on its door before he entered; he kept it sweet with fresh flowers; he sat there in the purple summer evenings and talked aloud to her or read his favourite books to her.
The King gave the promise, and thereafter the Queen died.