hereafter

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İngilizce - İngilizce
A future existence or state
From now on
In time to come; in some future time or state

Hereafter he from war shall come.

Existence after death

'Tis Heaven itself that points out an hereafter.

{a} in future time
{n} a future state
The hereafter is sometimes used to refer to the time after you have died, or to the life which some people believe you have after you have died. belief in the hereafter. Hereafter is also an adjective. the life hereafter. the hereafter a life after death
after this time, in the future
In legal documents and in written English, hereafter is used to introduce information about an abbreviation that will be used in the rest of the text to refer to the person or thing just mentioned. Michel Foucault , The Archaeology of Knowledge; hereafter this text will be abbreviated as AK
{i} life after death, future life, afterlife; future, time to come
following this in time or order or place; after this; "hereafter you will no longer receive an allowance"
following this in time or order or place; after this; "hereafter you will no longer receive an allowance" in a future life or state; "hope to win salvation hereafter
in a subsequent part of this document or statement or matter etc ; "the landlord demises unto the tenant the premises hereinafter called the demised premises"; "the terms specified hereunder"
life after death
in a future life or state; "hope to win salvation hereafter"
the time yet to come
Hereafter means from this time onwards. I realised how hard life was going to be for me hereafter. = henceforth, from now on
in a future life or state; "hope to win salvation hereafter
hereafterward
byembye
sweet hereafter
Heaven; paradise as enjoyed in the afterlife

Owing to his sugarcane habit, his stubby front teeth are all pretty much gone to the sweet hereafter.

The hereafter
beyond
hereafters
plural of hereafter
hereafter