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Verb
Simple past tense for to move behind in the same direction
“We know where the bar is so just follow us.”
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Simple past tense for to pursue in order to keep track of, or to apprehend, someone
Follow that car and don't let them get away!”
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Simple past tense for to stealthily trail or watch
“The detective would quietly follow the suspect, hoping not to arouse his suspicion in the process.”
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Simple past tense for to physically go along with
“My dog would follow me on all of my hikes through the backcountry.”
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Simple past tense for to act according to specified rules
“Please follow the company's code of conduct while you are employed here.”
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Simple past tense for to carry out a set of instructions
Follow the detailed directions on the back of the box to toast your pop-tarts.”
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(follow from) Simple past tense for to occur as a consequence
“A revolt would follow from the president's decision to raise fuel taxes.”
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(of a speaker, theory or argument) Simple past tense for to understand the meaning of
“Well, if Einstein couldn't follow string theory, me on the couch with a bag of potato chips won't either.”
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Simple past tense for to take as a model for emulation
“Stevie Ray Vaughan's guitar playing technique would heavily follow Jimi Hendrix's style.”
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Simple past tense for to make one's way via a given path or trail
“To get to your destination, just follow this road to the end, and then turn to your right.”
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Simple past tense for to succeed one's predecessor in a given position or role
“He had many fresh new ideas and was excited to follow his father as head of the family business.”
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Simple past tense for to come after in time
“There have been no other known incidents of alleged misconduct that follow the original lawsuit.”
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Simple past tense for take an active interest in or be a supporter of
“When I was younger, I was a great fan of basketball and would follow the Chicago Bulls.”
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Simple past tense for to keep informed of
“As an accountant, it is my job to follow the latest financial laws.”
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(of music) Simple past tense for to perform an accompaniment to
“The drummer started with a funky beat, and the other musicians would follow accordingly.”
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Past participle for to move behind in the same direction
“We know where the bar is so just follow us.”
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Past participle for to pursue in order to keep track of, or to apprehend, someone
Follow that car and don't let them get away!”
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Past participle for to physically go along with
“My dog would follow me on all of my hikes through the backcountry.”
Verb
Past participle for to act according to specified rules
“Please follow the company's code of conduct while you are employed here.”
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Past participle for to carry out a set of instructions
Follow the detailed directions on the back of the box to toast your pop-tarts.”
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(follow from) Past participle for to occur as a consequence
“A revolt would follow from the president's decision to raise fuel taxes.”
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(of a speaker, theory or argument) Past participle for to understand the meaning of
“Well, if Einstein couldn't follow string theory, me on the couch with a bag of potato chips won't either.”
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Past participle for to take as a model for emulation
“Stevie Ray Vaughan's guitar playing technique would heavily follow Jimi Hendrix's style.”
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Past participle for to make one's way via a given path or trail
“To get to your destination, just follow this road to the end, and then turn to your right.”
Verb
Past participle for to succeed one's predecessor in a given position or role
“He had many fresh new ideas and was excited to follow his father as head of the family business.”
Verb
To have come into being as a result of something
Adjective
Mounted on tracks
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective
Pursued
Verb
To have escorted or conducted someone to someplace
Verb
Simple past tense for to escort or conduct someone to someplace
Verb
To have been a spectator of
Verb
To have been a spectator of
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