After. Often used in combination: an après-dinner entertainment; a concert après dinner.
Origin of apresFrench, from Old French, from Late Latin ad pressum : ad, to; see ad– + pressum, nearby (from neuter of Latin pressus, past participle of premere, to press closely; see press1).
- Often hyphenated to its referent, following conventions of English multi-word–modifier hyphenation.
OriginSee also: âpres
From French après