Subsequent to

When describing a sequence, "subsequent to" means "after"



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On today’s episode, you heard that Captain Liu gave an interview subsequent to landing the plane. In this case, “subsequent to” means “after.” You should use “subsequent to” when describing two related events—one that happened before the other. For example: “Subsequent to our conversation, I took your advice and began exercising in the morning.”

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