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For a more instant draught of sweet winter fragrance, try one of the following. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is the ideal star to endorse their brand and his huge social media following is sure to up the company's. The Sun (2016)And yet I have a following of people who look up to me. The Sun (2016)So it is no surprise green tea has a huge celebrity following. The Sun (2013)His emphasis on education for women has earned him a devoted following around the world. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Which one of the following is not true? Times, Sunday Times (2010)The days following were full of suppressed excitement. SIGNOR MARCONI'S MAGIC BOX: The invention that sparked the radio revolution (2003)They are disconnected from the previous generation and the one following. AUTHENTICITY: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life (2003)Dishes such as sweet and sour mackerel and venison with smoked potato have won him a loyal following. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Both bands still have a huge following and a shared fan base that assures it would be a sellout. The Sun (2013)He became an abbot and drew a huge following but would often withdraw to a cell to fast and pray. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The months following were very difficult. Christianity Today (2000)Neither had a large political following. THE GUARDSMEN (2004)The following year she was married. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You have a very loyal following. The Sun (2011)People say that having a huge YouTube following makes people like me powerful. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The following is a list of butchers and outlets which stock the company's products. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)But it could come back to haunt councils - sending tax bills spiralling further the following year. The Sun (2008)The show had a loyal following from the beginning, and it grew. The Other Side of MeThese shows have a large following, which has been enhanced by the growing interest in regional food specialities. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Also, we are launching a new inspection regime this month, following testing and consultation. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In a year it was read by 10,000 people, a following of sorts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The group's Twitter accounts have a large following. Times, Sunday Times (2014)More the following day, as well as raisins and drinks, and a great bonanza of them the following week. GOD'S SECRETARIES: The Making of the King James Bible (2003)
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British English: following /ˈfɒləʊɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
The following day, week, or year is the day, week, or year after the one you have just talked about.
We had dinner together on Friday and then met for lunch the following day.
- American English: following
- Arabic: التَّاليّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: seguinte
- Chinese: 下列的
- Croatian: sljedeći
- Czech: následující
- Danish: følgende
- Dutch: volgend
- European Spanish: siguiente
- Finnish: seuraava
- French: suivant
- German: folgend
- Greek: ακόλουθος
- Italian: seguente
- Japanese: 以下の 次の
- Korean: 다음의
- Norwegian: følgende
- Polish: następujący
- European Portuguese: seguinte
- Romanian: următor
- Russian: следующий
- Spanish: siguiente
- Swedish: följande
- Thai: ถัดไป
- Turkish: izleyen
- Ukrainian: наступний
- Vietnamese: sau đó
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