Translation of aftermath in Spanish:

aftermath

Pronunciation /ˈæftərˌmæθ/ /ˈɑːftəmaθ/ /ˈɑːftəmɑːθ/

noun

  • 1

    (subsequent period)
    in the aftermath en el período subsiguiente
    • in the aftermath of the riots tras los disturbios
  • 2

    (consequence)
    repercusiones feminine
    secuelas feminine
    • Counselling in the aftermath of traumatic events can worsen stress and hinder recovery.
    • In the aftermath of these two events, she went through a period of anorexia and terrible confusion.
    • European leaders made all the right noises in the aftermath of Tuesday's events.
    • Somehow, in the aftermath of this shocking event, life has to go on for the couple.
    • She was devastated and traumatised in the aftermath of the landslide.
    • It wasn't just the issue of collusion that exploded in the aftermath of the war.
    • The club now hopes to attract new members after many left in the aftermath of the fire.
    • The novel follows a farming family's fight for survival in the aftermath of the foot and mouth epidemic.
    • The mother of a teenager who died following a moped accident is pleading for calm in the aftermath of his death.
    • Authorities would have new powers to declare a regional state of emergency in the aftermath of a major terror alert.
    • He said that mobile communications crashed in the aftermath of the explosions.
    • Those living in the aftermath of a coup d' etat, by contrast, have no expectation of political agency.
    • There are reports of two controlled explosions in the aftermath of the bombing.
    • Historically, change has happened only in the aftermath of a major crisis.
    • In the aftermath of many storms, the hardest hit areas can have their water mains shut down.
    • Conditions remain tough in the white sands resort in the aftermath of the hurricane.
    • Shares in London recouped the losses suffered in the aftermath of the attack and oil prices had steadied.
    • In the aftermath of the mudslide major excavation works were carried out on the pitch.
    • The international laws that served us in the aftermath of the Second World War are overdue for reform.
    • The ultimate concern, however, is to get a country back on to its feet in the aftermath of conflict.