after allphrase

  • jaやはり、結局のところ
  • endespite everything or in spite of expectations

Examples

PLAY
3:33 / --:--
Mute
1.
See?
2.
I told you everything would be alright.
3.
I'm so glad you're okay.
4.
Hey.
5.
I guess we make a good team after all, don't we?
PLAY
5:35 / --:--
Mute
1.
After all that I have done and all that I have given to you—
2.
my life, my love, my body.
3.
I broke my *bleep* vagina with that big *bleep* head of yours.
4.
And I had to be surgically sewn back together.
5.
I bet you didn't know that, did you?
PLAY
0:50 / --:--
Mute
1.
Let's start — the first box.
2.
See what's under the first one over there.
3.
Yep.
4.
Nothing, nothing at all.
5.
All right, let's see the next one.
6.
Nothing at all, nothing.
7.
Let's see the third one.
8.
Nothing at all.
9.
May not be a fun game after all.
PLAY
13:21 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, we were gonna hike up to Point Mugu.
2.
But it looked like it was gonna rain, so we just...
3.
Rain?
4.
Yeah, we hiked back down.
5.
And then I decided to just call Creepy Charles to pick me up.
6.
Why didn't you call me?
7.
Listen, I'm just happy you're back.
8.
And I'm sorry I was a jerk.
9.
And, I mean Charles, I guess he's not such a bad guy after all.
10.
No, I keep tell you, he’s just misunderstood.
PLAY
10:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
It's still a frickin' cup.
2.
Still a cup.
3.
The wax did not yield, man.
4.
Pull it out.
5.
If you can get it out—
6.
Well, I think the way to do that,
7.
is to squeeze it and come at it from both sides.
8.
I think in order to get it out, you gotta make it not a cup,
9.
so we may be right after all.

Other meanings for after all...

after allphrase

  • ja(いろいろ言ってみたが)やはり、局のところ
  • enused to introduce a statement that supports or helps explain what you have just said
PLAY
7:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
When she murdered the slavers of Astapor, I'm sure no one but the slavers complained.
2.
After all, they were evil men.
3.
When she crucified hundreds of Meereenese nobles, who could argue?
4.
They were evil men.
PLAY
0:32 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hey, dad.
2.
Just calling to see where you and mom are...
3.
if you're coming.
4.
Worst case, they come on Friday.
5.
And everyone goes home and has a really nice break.
6.
After all, we can't let you live here.
PLAY
11:38 / --:--
Mute
1.
The crew needs to find a way to clean the money ASAP
2.
because they also need to get Cesar off the streets.
3.
- Fortunately, Abuelita comes in solid here.
4.
After all, she has an all-cash business
5.
and agrees to help for a major cut of the loot.
PLAY
1:55 / --:--
Mute
1.
Stu, what happened?
2.
You know, Deed, maybe having a leaf-free yard isn't so important.
3.
A few leaves are good.
4.
After all, leaves are what make autumn, autumn.
PLAY
1:14 / --:--
Mute
1.
It's been great working with you, Mr. Chin.
2.
The pleasure's all mine, Timmy.
3.
I'm glad we're pals, whether I'm real or not.
4.
You're a part of my continuity now.
5.
After all, every chin needs a cleft.