after-hours

[af-ter-ouuhrz, -ou-erz, ahf-]
adjective
occurring, engaged in, or operating after the normal or legal closing time for business: an after-hours drinking club.

Origin:
1925–30

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Example sentences
Someone has requested big fans and extensions cords for an after-hours event.
If officers are left in a neighborhood, some of them may start taking money
  from the dope dealers and after-hours joints.
Despite the prospect of dilution, shareholders reacted positively in
  after-hours trading.
But in an over-bought market, investors pushed the stock down nearly two
  percent in after-hours trading.
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