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Ralph set off down the hill, and I followed.
Jim opened the door and followed me down the corridor.
The six o'clock news follows shortly.
In the weeks that followed the situation was very tense.
The wedding will be followed by a reception.
We had soup followed by roast lamb with spring vegetables.
There's apple pie and cream to follow.
There followed seven months of hard negotiations.
You must follow a few simple guidelines.
She refused to follow our advice.
The manufacturer's instructions should always be followed carefully.
I couldn't follow what Professor Hope was saying.
I'm sorry, I don't quite follow you.
Their system is pretty easy to follow.
What one child does, others will often follow.
She decided not to follow her mother into banking.
Canada may follow the EU's example by banning these products.
Other students followed her lead and boycotted lectures.
They began to offer takeaway food, and other restaurants followed suit.
This is the British English definition of follow. View American English definition of follow.
an old word for a young woman who is not married