Definición de follower en inglés:


Saltos de línea: fol|low¦er
Pronunciación: /ˈfɒləʊə


1A person who supports and admires a particular person or set of ideas: followers of Nietzsche
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  • More than three-quarters of Muslims living in Britain say that they are devout followers of Islam.
  • A devout follower of Christ, Cora cannot understand or accept Addie's lack of religious observance.
  • "I had many wonderful nights here in this venue, " she told her loyal followers.
acolyte, assistant, attendant, satellite, companion, retainer, henchman, minion, lackey, toady, servant, page, squiredisciple, apostle, supporter, defender, champion; believer, worshipper, votary
1.1A person who takes an active interest in a particular activity: he is a keen follower of football
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  • Their continued development will be watched with interest by all followers of Sligo Gaelic football.
  • He lived in Croydon Avenue and was a keen follower of Manchester City Football Club.
  • It has attracted few followers and perhaps more interest outside the UK than within.
1.2Someone who is tracking a particular person, group, organization, etc. on a social media website or application: she remains an immensely divisive figure, but she has a million followers on Facebook
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  • The British celebrity has clocked up 500,000 followers while Hollywood star Ashton Kutcher is nearing the two million mark.
  • To put that in perspective, he has 694,000 fewer followers than comedian Stephen Fry.
  • But for Mr. Gall and his Facebook followers, the endless litany of bad economic news just isn't going to help them navigate the murky waters ahead.
2A person who moves or travels behind someone or something.
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  • Whereas before he had counted twenty-six followers behind the armoured barbarian, now he saw only twelve.
  • She ran as fast as she could and heard clearly behind her, her follower's footsteps.
  • Behind him thousands of warrior followers thronged the courtyards of the fabled Tomb of Ali and did likewise.



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  • US politicians are hearing from voters that they are sick of poll-popping politics and want leadership, not followership.
  • The big difficulty in the NHS is how to achieve followership as well as leadership.
  • Can we begin to imagine how this change in worldview might change how we think about leadership, followership, change, and work?

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