subsequently美 ['sʌbsɪkwəntli] 英 ['sʌbsɪkwəntli]
afterwards; later; after sth else has happened
The original interview notes were subsequently lost.
Subsequently, new guidelines were issued to all employees.
at a later time, and often as a consequence
after something else happened
It seemed like the act of a confident government. But all of them have subsequently been locked up and, in at least two cases, tortured.
We knew of at least eighty instances in which an American serviceman had been captured alive and had subsequently disappeared.
Subsequently, NATO bomb disposal experts found a ton of the ship, and two dummy bomb drugs.
He said he was a doctor, but it subsequently emerged that he was an impostor.
Subsequently, all of these application wrappers will together be packaged into a solution wrapper, as shown in Figure 11.
The texture of soft tofu is similar to that of custard and subsequently soft tofu is best in a dessert tofu dish.
She subsequently attended a drug rehabilitation program in the United States and apologized for her behavior.
They were at first assumed to be drug traffickers, but were subsequently identified as migrants trying to reach the United States.
Subsequently he made this the title of his own movie, no doubt as a further gesture of anti-European defiance.
Subsequently, a woman came to visit the artist's hand, the last artists find themselves imprisoned, is only a puppet pull strings reality.