- v. carry further or advance
“There are two clients in tomorrow, so I will “pester” as you would say the AEs for conference reports and follow up on the open jobs for the week.”
“Men were assigned to follow up on each slave, the next morning and report back to a certain metal-workerâ ™ s shop. âSpeed off! â said a fellow.”
“Rev's report convinced Rembrandt that it was imperative to follow up on Sushi's plan to find out what had happened to Phule's hoverjeep-and to Beeker.”
“After O'Connor had left for Rome three days before, Jack had put in a call to James Macleod to follow up on Costas 'account of a discovery in the ice.”
‘follow up on’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for follow up on.