Definition of follow up verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object in:
- 1.1 countable (sequel) he was urged to write a follow-up to his novel(before noun) she sent a follow-up letterle instaron a escribir una continuación de su novelamandó una segunda ( or tercera etc) cartaExample sentences1.2 uncountable (further treatment, action) (before noun) follow-up care
follow-up studyatención (feminine) postoperatoria ( or durante la convalecencia etc)estudio (masculine) complementarioExample 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?
- 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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