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HSK
final / last / finally / ultimate
HSK 3
after / then (afterwards) / after that / afterwards
HSK 3
to fall behind / to lag (in technology etc) / backward / to retrogress
HSK 5
unprecedented and never to be duplicated / the first and the last / unmatched / unique
HSK 6
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back / behind / rear / afterwards / after / later / post-
afterwards / following / later / after
after / later / afterwards / following / later on / in the future
soon after
behind / at the back / in the rear / behind sb's back
around / from beginning to end / all around / front and rear
in a little while / in a moment / later on
early or late / priority / in succession / one after another
posthumous / one's social background / behind the body
sometime / someday (in the future)
after death / posthumous
hereafter / henceforth / in the future / from now on
after the event
behind the scenes
after this / afterwards / hereafter
after that / then
postnatal
from now on / in the future / time to come
next / later / after that
backward
after the event / in hindsight / in retrospect
to lag behind
postdoc / a postdoctoral position
afternoon
after school
after drinking / under the influence of alcohol
after the war / postwar
after tax
after a catastrophe / post-traumatic
prognosis
striving to be first and fearing to be last (idiom); outdoing one another
leisure time (over a cup of tea, after a meal etc)
to stand back / to go back (in time) / to yield / to make concessions
behind
to deal with the aftermath (arising from an accident) / funeral arrangements / reparations
to postpone / to defer / to delay
(military) the enemy's rear / behind enemy lines
post-traumatic
henceforth / thereafter / subsequently
90s generation
to consider past cause and future effect (idiom); to think over the past and future / to ponder over reasons and connection
to look forward and back / to consider prudently / overcautious
to follow everywhere / to always be there for sb at their beck and call
the mantis stalks the cicada, unaware of the oriole behind (idiom, from Daoist classic Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子); to pursue a narrow gain while neglecting a greater danger
after this / from then on
economically backward
later / afterwards
to bring up the rear
to follow the past and herald the future (idiom); part of a historical transition / forming a bridge between earlier and later stages
finally
off-line
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, by Claude Debussy based on poem by Stéphane Mallarmé
modesty leads to progress, arrogance makes you fall behind (quote of Mao Zedong)
postsynaptic
to push back (progress, the times etc)
from here on
lit. to punish those before to prevent those after (idiom); to criticize former mistakes firmly to prevent them happening again
backwards / facing back
from then on / after / afterwards / thereafter
from that / following from that / after that
to banish from one's thoughts / to ignore / to take no notice
a blade will get rusty if it is not sharpened; a man will fall behind if he doesn't study (idiom)
the back of the head / (fig.) the back of one's mind
to bring honor to one's ancestors and benefit future generations (idiom)
regardless of what's before or after (idiom); rushing blindly into sth
to trip forwards or stumble back (idiom, from Book of Songs); can't get anything right
aftershave
after liberation (i.e. after the Communist's victory) / after the establishment of PRC in 1949
(idiom) not want to be outdone / not content to lag behind
after this / afterwards / next
thinking and pondering (idiom); to turn sth over in one's mind / to consider repeatedly
from now on / henceforward
to adjourn / to defer
chronological
afterwards / then
to lack male offspring
Horqin Left Rear banner or Khorchin Züün Garyn Xoit khoshuu in Tongliao 通遼|通辽, Inner Mongolia
to follow closely behind sb or sth (idiom)
it's better to hurry at the start than to rush later (idiom)


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