After and Back

After

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After adjective – Being at or in the part of something opposite the front part.
Usage example: had heard that the after section of an aircraft is safer in the event of a crash

Back is a synonym for after in precede topic. In some cases you can use "Back" instead the word "After" as an adjective or a noun or an adverb, when it comes to topics like posterior, following in position or time.
Synonyms for After

Back

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Back adjective – Being at or in the part of something opposite the front part.
Usage example: she carried all the presents in the back door, as the children were playing in the front yard

After is a synonym for back in position topic. You can use "After" instead the word "Back" as an adjective or a noun or an adverb, if it concerns topics such as end, precede, posterior.
Nearby Words: backward, backing, backed, backside, backwards
Synonyms for Back
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