Meaning of at after in English:

at after

preposition

dialect British
  • At a later time than; subsequent to; later than; after.

Pronunciation

at after

/at ˈɑːftə/ /at ˈaftə/

adverb

dialect British
  • Afterwards.

Pronunciation

at after

/at ˈɑːftə/ /at ˈaftə/

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in John Gower (d. 1408), poet. From at + after.