Translation of following in Spanish:

following

Pronunciation: /ˈfɑːləʊɪŋ; ˈfɒləʊɪŋ/

adjective/adjetivo

(before noun/delante del nombre)
  • 1 (next, about to be mentioned) siguiente (on) the following day al día siguiente the following pupils los siguientes alumnos
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    • The following season also brought success as Corinthians won the league in addition to best defence award.
    • So on one hand they demand loyalty, but on the other hand they also want their team to be successful in the following season.
    • Her second marathon in Paris the following year was more successful.
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    • In the hope that education might be the answer, I offer the following information.
    • The prior notice must be submitted electronically and contain the following information.
    • The following information is general in nature and should not be taken as personal professional advice.
  • 2 [Nautical/Náutica] [wind] en popa
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    • With a following wind, a pilot could easily find his airspeed dropping below stalling speed.
    • Later on a following wind caused some adrenaline shoves at the start.
    • The high quality event took place in following winds that propelled most of the finalists to big jumps.

noun/nombre

  • 1 (followers) seguidores (masculine plural); (admirers) admiradores (masculine plural) he has a large following among the young tiene muchos seguidores entre los jóvenes
  • 2 (what, who comes next) the following the following are to play in tomorrow's game … los siguientes jugarán en el partido de mañana … the letter said the following … la carta decía lo siguiente …

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