verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
See parent entry: → follow
- (case)Mr Simpson promised to follow the matter up
darle seguimiento ael señor Simpson me prometió que investigaría el asuntoI have an idea for an article that you may like to follow uptengo una idea para un artículo que quizás quieras desarrollar
Definition of follow up in:
- 1 countable (sequel) he was urged to write a follow-up to his novelle instaron a escribir una continuación de su novela(before noun) she sent a follow-up lettermandó una segunda ( or tercera etc. ) cartaExample sentences
- It's terribly easy to criticise a follow-up to a massive success but I can only be honest and say that it hardly made me laugh at all.
- A follow-up to his debut play The Land Of Cakes, premiered here last year, the new piece is based on his BBC radio series The Aberdee Brief.
- As a follow-up to the IMDb records post a few days ago, who has the earliest birth date listed on IMDb?
- 2 uncountable (further treatment, action) (before noun) follow-up careatención (feminine) postoperatoria ( or durante la convalecencia etc. )follow-up studyestudio (masculine) complementarioExample sentences
- The follow-up question was contingent upon the answer to the first question.
- It was announced that the discussion will continue in a follow-up session.
- A follow-up study last year showed the same 700 Leeds children continued to gain weight after starting secondary school.
- She said it was a follow-up to his visit for the back spasms.
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