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後で, あとで

  • atode


adverb (fukushi)

  • afterwards

Examples of 後で,あとで in a Sentence

What followed was still worse.
Discussion resumed after a short interruption.
Please call me up later.
The garden was destroyed after the rain.
If you are tied up now, I'll call you back later on.
Let's check it later.
A concrete plan evolved after much discussion.
I'll call again later.
At first the job looked good to Tom, but later it became tiresome.
Please call me up later.

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