Most Popular Idioms List

Index of Common Phrases = Today's English Idioms and Phrases

Today's Idiom = "After The Fact"
 Send Me The GoEnglish Weekly Preview of English Idioms 

After The Fact ( after the thing already happened ... )

"After The Fact"

After the fact is the time after the thing already happened.

Example: "Did you tell her what you wanted her to do?" Reply: "Yes, but it was after the fact."

After Hours

Ahead Of Schedule

Pocket English Idioms by

  Send Me The GoEnglish Weekly Preview of English Idioms  
 Your e-mail address:
 Any question or comment: teaches the meaning of English idioms and phrases. For native and non-native English speakers of all ages. To start (or stop) receiving the Weekly Preview of English Idioms at any time please enter your name in the form above or send an email to Subscribe<at> (or Unsubscribe<at> We always respect your privacy by never sharing an email address. All content is copyrighted by, illustrations by Rita Tseng, written by Adam Sullivan. Adam is an experienced English teacher with a degree in English from Cornell University.  Your questions are welcome. Thanks, Adam<at>

Link to this page:
<a href="">
"After The Fact" at</a>