German translation of 'follow through'
transitive verb separable
[idea, undertaking] (zu Ende) verfolgen ⧫ durchziehen
intransitive verbSee also follow
to follow through with sth (with plan) etw zu Ende verfolgen; (with threat) etw wahr machen
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Example Sentences Including 'follow through'
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Companies must follow through with new plans, he said.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It is time to follow through on work ideas.The Sun (2009)
I think the player must have followed through after his shot and he's got a bad one.The Sun (2012)
Since going on the course, many of the group have called to tell me that they have followed through with the action points they left with.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Instead of playing too safe, you make bigger, bolder plans and follow through.The Sun (2010)
It's hard for him or her to talk to you and follow through on suicide plans.Christianity Today (2000)
'follow through' in Other Languages
British English: follow-through NOUN
A follow-through is something that completes an action or a planned series of actions.
...the task of finding a durable solution to the refugee problem as a follow-through to the temporary measures.
Translation of follow through from the Collins English to German
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