Meaning of AFTER ALL in English
- AFTER ALL
adv. phr. 1. As a change in plans; anyway. Used with emphasis on "after". Bob thought he couldn't go to the party because he had too much homework, but he went after all. 2. For a good reason that you should remember. Used with emphasis on "all". Why shouldn't Betsy eat the cake? After all, she baked it.
American idioms English vocabulary. Английский словарь американских идиом. 2012