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To have come into being as a result of something
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“A revolt would follow from the president's decision to raise fuel taxes.”
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To have understood or accepted the validity of
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To have escorted or conducted someone to someplace
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To have been a spectator of
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Past tense for to move behind in the same direction
“We know where the bar is, so follow us.”
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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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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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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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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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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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(of a speaker, theory or argument) 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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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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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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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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Past tense for to occur or follow after, or as the consequence of, something
“There have been no other known incidents of alleged misconduct that follow the original lawsuit.”
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Past tense for to 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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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) Past tense for to perform an accompaniment to
“The drummer started with a funky beat, and the other musicians would follow accordingly.”
Adjective
Observed
Adjective
Mounted on tracks
Adjective
Observed
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