aftermath

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Hence; that which happens after, that which follows. Has a strongly negative connotation in most contexts, implying a preceding catastrophe

In contrast to most projections of the aftermath of nuclear war, in this there is no rioting or looting.

or farmers' jargon: A second mowing; the grass which grows after the first crop of hay in the same season
{n} the second crop
the consequences of an event (especially a catastrophic event); "the aftermath of war"; "in the wake of the accident no one knew how many had been injured"
the outcome of an event especially as relative to an individual; "that result is of no consequence"
{i} results, consequences, aftereffects; period immediately following
or farmers jargon: A second mowing; the grass which grows after the first crop of hay in the same season
A second moving; the grass which grows after the first crop of hay in the same season; rowen
The aftermath of an important event, especially a harmful one, is the situation that results from it. In the aftermath of the coup, the troops opened fire on the demonstrators. the period of time after something such as a war, storm, or accident when people are still dealing with the results aftermath of (aftermath (16-19 centuries), from after + math (11-20 centuries) (from mAth))
aftermath of
After-effects of
aftermath of World War I
{i} results of WWI political which changed the cultural and social order of the world in an extreme manner
aftermath of the earthquake
aftereffects of the earthquake, results of the earthquake, outcome of the earthquake
aftermaths
plural of aftermath
aftermath

    Silbentrennung

    af·ter·math

    Türkische aussprache

    äftırmäth

    Aussprache

    /ˈaftərˌmaᴛʜ/ /ˈæftɜrˌmæθ/

    Etymologie

    [ -"math ] (noun.) 1523. From after- +‎ math (“a mowing”) Old English mæþ (“a mowing”), from Proto-Germanic *madan, *maþō, *maþwō, *mēdō (“a mowing”), from Proto-Indo-European *(a)mē- (“to mow”). Cognate with Dutch made, mad (“area of ground cleared by a sickle”), German Mahd (“mowing”). Related to Old English māwan (“to mow”). See mow, meadow.

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