Definitions

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  • v. carry further or advance

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 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.

    Hit Reply

  • Men were assigned to follow up on each slave, the next morning and report back to a certain metal-worker†™ s shop. “Speed off! ” said a fellow.

    Magicians of Gor

  • 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.

    Phule me twice

  • 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.

    Crusader Gold

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