Meaning of ex post in English:

ex post

Pronunciation /ɛks ˈpəʊst/

adjective

  • Based on actual results rather than forecasts.

    • ‘the ex post trade balance’

adverb

  • Considering actual results rather than forecasts.

    • ‘these questions can only be determined ex post by careful quantitative and qualitative analysis’

Origin

Modern Latin, from ex ‘from’ and post ‘after’.