Definitions for subsequent
ˈsʌb sɪ kwəntsub·se·quent
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word subsequent.
following in time or order
Following in time; coming or being after something else at any time, indefinitely.
Growth was dampened by a softening of the global economy in 2001, but picked up in the subsequent years due to strong growth in China.
Following in order of place; succeeding.
Etymology: subsequens, -entis, present participle of subsequi to follow, succeed.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Following in train; not preceding.
Etymology: subsequent, Fr. subsequens, Latin.
In such indexes, although small pricks
To their subsequent volumes, there is seen
The baby figure of the giant mass
Of things to come, at large. William Shakespeare, Troil. and Cressida.
The subsequent words come on before the precedent vanish. Francis Bacon.
Why does each consenting sign
With prudent harmony combine
In turns to move, and subsequent appear
To gird the globe and regulate the year? Matthew Prior.
This article is introduced as subsequent to the treaty of Munster, made about 1648, when England was in the utmost confusion. Jonathan Swift.
Subsequent refers to something that happens or comes after something else in time, order, or sequence; following or succeeding.
following in time; coming or being after something else at any time, indefinitely; as, subsequent events; subsequent ages or years; a period long subsequent to the foundation of Rome
following in order of place; succeeding; as, a subsequent clause in a treaty
Etymology: [L. subsequens, -entis, p. pr. of subsequi to follow, succeed: cf. F. subsquent. See Sue to follow.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sub′sē-kwent, adj. following or coming after.—ns. Sub′sequence, Sub′sequency, state of being subsequent.—adv. Sub′sequently. [L. subsequens, -entis, pr.p. of subsequi—sub, under, after, sequi, to follow.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'subsequent' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2311
Rank popularity for the word 'subsequent' in Adjectives Frequency: #316
The numerical value of subsequent in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of subsequent in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
We think the Fed will raise rates in December, but it will be more important how they set expectations about subsequent rate increases, if the Fed sets an expectation that subsequent rate increases will be modest and measured, we think the equity markets can rally for some time.
The man of virtue makes the difficulty to be overcome his first business, and success only a subsequent consideration.
The subsequent search covered 144,000 square miles using 48 aircraft and 8 surface vessels, but nothing was found, this was a very extensive search operation, possibly the largest area searched for a missing plane prior to the search for MH370.
In sports, it is easier to win a championship than to remain a champion in subsequent seasons. And the same is true in life. Once you reach the top, it is more difficult to stay on top. Because, when you become the best in sports, and in life, everyone expects more from you and they want to take you down.
The United States has a responsibility to ensure that sales, transfers and subsequent use of all U.S.-origin UAS [unmanned aerial systems] are responsible and consistent with U.S. national security and foreign policy interests, including economic security, as well as with U.S. values and international standards.
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- subsegüentCatalan, Valencian
- folgend, später, darauffolgend, anschließendGerman
- ultérieur, prochain, suivant, subséquentFrench
- későbbi, azutáni, rákövetkezőHungarian
- לאחר מכןHebrew
- subsequent, volgendDutch
- dalszy, kolejny, późniejszyPolish
- последующий, следующий, дальнейшийRussian
- بعد میںUrdu
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