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  1. follow

    • IPA[ˈfälō]

    美式

    • v.
      go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind;go after (someone) in order to observe or monitor
    • verb: follow, 3rd person present: follows, gerund or present participle: following, past tense: followed, past participle: followed

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind:

      she went back into the house, and Ben followed her

      he was following behind in his car

    • 2. go after (someone) in order to observe or monitor:

      the KGB man followed her everywhere

    • 3. strive after; aim at:

      I follow fame

    • 4. go along (a route or path).
    • 5. (of a route or path) go in the same direction as or parallel to (another):

      the road follows a hidden sweetwater brook

    • 6. keep track of; trace the movement or direction of:

      she followed his gaze, peering into the gloom

    • 7. come after in time or order:

      the six years that followed his restoration

      the rates are as follows

    • 8. happen after (something else) as a consequence:

      raucous laughter followed the ribald remark

      retribution soon followed

    • 9. be a logical consequence of something:

      it thus follows from this equation that the value must be negative

    • 10. (of a person) do something after (something else):

      he follows his surprise hit movie with a paranoid thriller

    • 11. have (a dish or course) after another or others in a meal:

      turkey was followed by dessert

    • 12. act according to (an instruction or precept):

      he has difficulty in following written instructions

    • 13. conform to:

      the film faithfully follows Shakespeare's plot

    • 14. act according to the lead or example of (someone):

      he follows Aristotle in believing this

    • 15. treat as a teacher or guide:

      those who seek to follow Jesus Christ

    • 16. pay close attention to (something):

      I've been following this discussion closely

    • 17. maintain awareness of the current state or progress of (events in a particular sphere or account):

      young Italians follow football

    • 18. (of a person or account) be concerned with the development of (something):

      the book follows the life and career of Henry Clay

    • 19. track (a person, group, or organization) by subscribing to their account on a social media website or application:

      if you've been following me on Facebook recently you may have seen a bunch of different posts about surgery and back trouble

      I don't follow many celebrities on Twitter anymore

    • 20. understand the meaning or tendency of (a speaker or argument):

      I still don't follow you

    • 21. practice (a trade or profession).
    • 22. undertake or carry out (a course of action or study):

      she followed a strict diet

    • prep.
      coming after or as a result of:
    • police are hunting for two men following a spate of robberies in the area
    • n.
      a body of supporters or admirers:
    • he attracted a worldwide following
    • adj.
      next in time:
    • the following day there was a ceremony in St Peter's Square

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    • prep.
      coming after or as a result of:
    • police are hunting for two men following a spate of robberies in the area
    • n.
      a body of supporters or admirers:
    • he attracted a worldwide following
    • adj.
      next in time:
    • the following day there was a ceremony in St. Peter's Square

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    • n. a continuation or repetition of something that has already been started or done:

    • a follow-up study of the same interviewees after retirement

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    • n. a continuation or repetition of something that has already been started or done:

    • a follow-up study of the same interviewees after retirement

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    • n. the action of occurring as a consequence or result of something:

    • follow-on treatment

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    • n. continuation of the movement of a bat, racket, or club after striking a ball.

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    • n. a continuation of the movement of an arm, bat, racket, or club after a ball has been thrown or struck:

    • he has a characteristic swing and follow-through

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    • n. a thing which follows on from another:

    • it will act as the follow-on to the current version of the software

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    • IPA[ˈfɒləʊ]

    英式

    • v.
      go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind:
    • she went back into the house, and Ben followed her

      the men followed in another car

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