Definition of come after
- They're worried that the government might be coming after them.
: following in time or place : afterward, behind, later
: subsequently to the time when
: later in time
: located toward the rear and especially toward the stern of a ship or tail of an aircraft
used with a present participle to indicate action completed and especially just completed
used as the first part of a compound to indicate an event or entity that follows or results from the thing denoted by the second part of the compound
used as the first part of a compound to indicate an event or entity of the same nature as the thing denoted by the second part of the compound but which follows that event or entity and is less intense or significant
the rear or lower part
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