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following British & World English

Coming after or as a result of

follow British & World English

Go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind

the following in following British & World English

What follows or comes next

follow on in follow British & World English

(Of a cricket team) be required to bat again immediately after failing in their first innings to reach a score within a set number of runs of the score made by their opponents

follow on British & World English

(Of a cricket team) be required to bat again immediately after failing in their first innings to reach a score within a set number of runs of the score made by their opponents

refollow British & World English

Start following (a person, group, or organization) on a social media website or application for a second or further time

follow suit in follow British & World English

(In bridge, whist, and other card games) play a card of the suit led

follow suit British & World English

(In bridge, whist, and other card games) play a card of the suit led

example British & World English

A person or thing regarded in terms of their fitness to be imitated

follow through in follow British & World English

(In golf, cricket, and other sports) continue the movement of a stroke after the ball has been struck

follow something up in follow British & World English

Pursue or investigate something further

follow through British & World English

(In golf, cricket, and other sports) continue the movement of a stroke after the ball has been struck

follow something up British & World English

Pursue or investigate something further

follow one's nose in follow British & World English

Trust to one’s instincts

follow one's nose British & World English

Trust to one’s instincts

follow something through in follow British & World English

Continue an action or task to its conclusion

follow something through British & World English

Continue an action or task to its conclusion

follow in someone's steps in step British & World English

Do as someone else did, especially in making a journey or following a career

follow in someone's steps British & World English

Do as someone else did, especially in making a journey or following a career

follow in someone's footsteps in footstep British & World English

Do as another person did before, especially in making a journey or following a particular career

follow in someone's footsteps British & World English

Do as another person did before, especially in making a journey or following a particular career

following English Thesaurus

the Jacobite cause retained a substantial following

following English-Spanish

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