Follow - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- be later in time (syn: postdate)
- come as a logical consequence; follow logically (syn: fall out)
- travel along a certain course
- act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes (syn: comply)
- behave in accordance or in agreement with
- be next
- choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans (syn: adopt, espouse)
- to bring something about at a later time than
- imitate in behavior; take as a model
- follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something (syn: trace)
- follow with the eyes or the mind (syn: observe, watch, watch over)
- be the successor (of) (syn: succeed)
- perform an accompaniment to (syn: accompany, play along)
- keep informed (syn: keep up)
- to be the product or result (syn: come)
- accept and follow the leadership or command or guidance of
- adhere to or practice
- work in a specific place, with a specific subject, or in a specific function (syn: be)
- keep under surveillance (syn: survey)
- follow in or as if in pursuit (syn: pursue)
- grasp the meaning
- keep to
She followed us into the kitchen.
The dog followed the children home.
The exit is right this way. Just follow me.
The children went home and the dog followed behind.
If one sheep goes through the gate, the rest will follow.
The number 15 follows 14.
Her accident was followed by a long period of recovery.
First came the student speeches, and the presentation of awards followed.
Rioting followed the unjust verdict.
If you work hard, success will surely follow.
He is followed.
I follow fame.
He was the most followed man of the town.
I don't follow.
A number of developing countries in Latin America followed the opposite path.
follow through — carry a stroke to natural completion after hitting or releasing a ball
follow up — pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue
present participle: following
past tense: followed
past participle: followed