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  1. The previous posters have given great definitions, but to simplify this more, here is what I believe their definitions are: Luego = later Después = after As you can see, they have similar meanings and can sometimes be used interchangeably. If you are telling a story, both "luego" and "después" are transition words used to advance the plot. This is similar to how we say in English: "First, I ate a taco. Later, I ate another taco. After, I ate my last taco." Here, they are very similar in their usages. In addition, there are cases where these words are used but cannot be switched. Hasta
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