"Ik ben achter je."
Translation:I am behind you.
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It can mean after you if you are talking about location. The trouble is that we use "after" in many ways in English, so there are quite a few words in Dutch to use for those different meanings. This is not commonly used to mean "after". http://dictionary.reverso.net/english-dutch/after
If you are talking about your physical location in line, then you can use "achter" here. http://www.reverso.net/translationresults.aspx?lang=ENdirection=english-dutch Ik ben voor je of achter je in lijn
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