Translation of hereafter in Spanish:


de aquí en adelante, adv.

Pronunciation: /hɪərˈɑːftə//hɪrˈæftər/


  • 1formal

    (from now on) de aquí en adelante
    (in the future) en el futuro
    (in the future) en lo sucesivo


  • 1

    the hereafter el más allá
    • Pursue the option to close the library and they will be regarded for generations hereafter as a latter-day equivalent of those who chose to make the house of God a den of thieves rather than a house of prayer for all nations.
    • To extend the benefit of technological developments in the banking industry to rural India, the existing Kisan Credit Card will hereafter be modified, upon individual request, for use on ATM machines, wherever such facility exists.
    • Agassiz believes this to be a universal law of nature; and we may hope hereafter to see the law proved true.
    • So far as Appeal 1 is concerned, as we see it at the moment, there are perhaps three headings upon which we would seek permission to appeal and which we would like to raise hereafter.
    • The expansion and establishment of new software companies should hereafter be permitted in northern part of Bangalore.
    • In such cases, as the falling inflection is required in the former part by the principle of contrast and emphasis (as will hereafter be more fully explained), the sentence necessarily closes with the rising inflection.
    • Reveal not every secret you have to a friend, for how can you tell but that friend may hereafter become an enemy.
    • Note, these are not representative of the opinions of the complete single individual hereafter known as Simon, but rather a highly opinionated and vocal faction of the individual's resident personalities.
    • The scene will compel the low and middle income groups to give up their dream of owning independent houses hereafter.
    • The aim of both Sikhism and Advaitic Hinduism is not to secure heaven or even a better life in the next birth, but to secure happiness here and now and attainment of the supreme One, Parabrahma, infinite Bliss hereafter.
    • Formerly a valued annual feature in the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association, ‘Lincolniana’ now migrates and settles here, where we hope it will reappear annually hereafter.
    • Speaking to The Hindu, the Medak SP, B.L. Sujatha Rao, said all the three Rakshak vehicles would hereafter have a breath analyser each and a Dragon searchlight in working condition.
    • 2003 January-February: Robert installs spyware in Nancy's laptop; hereafter, Robert monitors her email.
    • At last, a simple solution has dawned on the hospital management: The 30 theatre nurses will hereafter be made to take vacation during the year, rather than in the busy Christmas season.
    • This means two changes in the law: one is a repeal of the Rent Act, or if that is not considered practical, an amendment that ensures that rent control does not apply to any tenancies created hereafter, whether in new buildings or old.
    • Another timid miscreant, just before he is sent off to prison, has so far stepped out of reality and into legend that he asks to be known hereafter as ‘The Lonesome Kid’.
    • And I think the Palestinian leader today was very clear about the deeds he is going to accomplish, not only in the next few days but hereafter.
    • The aspiration for democracy went hand in hand with the need for information: new MPs, supported by many progressive industrialists, initiated a reform of the Public Accounts, as we will see hereafter.
    • If hereafter I go to other courts in Germany or in any other part of Europe, something of this sort is necessary as a court dress.
    • This was followed by an emergency phone call from a friend, hereafter referred to as Hope, who requested my assistance at her luxury gym in the city.
    • Anyone who praises Nanfang Weekend News hereafter is a shill!
    • The collections of the Museum, particularly those in the Bronze Gallery, will hereafter be in a new kind of showcase, and an audio-visual room with a multi-media projector will be set up.
    • The deliberative orator is concerned with the future: it is about things to be done hereafter that he advises, for or against.
    • The military and naval branches of our Government give serious consideration to the 25 supervisory, administrative, and organizational principles hereafter set forth.
    • It's a positive trend locally and obviously it's one we hope will be repeated over Bank Holiday weekends hereafter.
    • References hereafter are included in the main text, abbreviated to A and page number.
    • Each year hereafter, I hope to make it more and more believable.
    • I will hereafter refer to it in the singular, so as to avoid having to recount exactly which one was pointed at what at any given moment.
    • It was only when characters were cut out, and hereafter scarcely mentioned again, or didn't develop any more depth than their introduction allowed, that I found I began to lose interest.
    • The interaction between the VJ and the visitors will be hereafter live in the programme to be beamed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
    • Shortly hereafter, we discover that Rogue Avon's nemesis is his half brother.
    • Berry, in one of his more inspired name changes, decided Morris would hereafter be called Little Stevie Wonder.