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Recent perfect aspect, also known as 'After-perfect' aspect, conveys the meaning of a state due to an event that happened in the recent past. In Scottish Gaelic, it is marked with the particle 'as deidh' ('an deidh') in some dialects, which is homophonous and homographic with the preposition meaning 'after'.
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==See Also==
[[Perfect Aspect (definition)]]
==External Links==
[[Category: Technical Definitions]]
[[Category: Aspect]]
[[Category: Semantics]]
[[Category: Morphology]]

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