Definition of 'follow up'

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Meanwhile, I'll follow up all the leads I can think of here. Arthur, Robert THREE IN ONEIf it'd been Jane or Mary or something there would probably have been too many leads to follow up. Stuart Harrison LOST SUMMER (2002)She could follow up her invitation to the daughter at the same time. Fraser, Anthea PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW`Well, as I said, unless they got something, a phone call and a follow-up letter'll do it. Wood, Bari DOLL'S EYES (1995)He must have rushed right back to the paper to develop his pictures and hand the story on to the news desk for the follow-up. Babson, Marian DEATH IN FASHION (1995)There was no follow-up of panicky wings or scurrying small mammals: it was too far away for that. Hilton, John Buxton MOONDROP TO MURDER (1995)`It was just a follow-up call from the guys who hauled me downtown, to see how I was recovering. Dreyer, Eileen BAD MEDICINE (1995)

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Translations for 'follow up'

British English: follow-up NOUN
A follow-up is something that is done to continue or add to something done previously.
They are recording a follow-up to their successful first album.
  • American English: follow-up
  • Brazilian Portuguese: continuação
  • Chinese: 后续的事或物
  • European Spanish: continuación
  • French: suite
  • German: Weiterführung
  • Italian: seguito
  • Japanese: 続き
  • Korean: 후속 작업
  • European Portuguese: continuação
  • Spanish: continuación


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