post-prandial

postprandial

[pohst-pran-dee-uhl]
adjective
after a meal, especially after dinner: postprandial oratory; a postprandial brandy.

Origin:
1810–20; post- + Latin prandi(um) meal + -al1

postprandially, adverb
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postprandial (pəʊstˈprændɪəl)
 
adj
of or relating to the period immediately after lunch or dinner: a postprandial nap

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postprandial
1820, formed from post- "after" + L. prandium "luncheon, meal," from *pram "early" + edere "to eat" (see edible).
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postprandial post·pran·di·al (pōst-prān'dē-əl)
adj.
Following a meal, especially dinner.


post·pran'di·al·ly adv.
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