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Definition of follow-up noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



[countable, uncountable]
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an action or a thing that continues something that has already started or comes after something similar that was done earlier The book is a follow-up to her excellent television series. Despite the success of his last album, there are as yet no plans for any follow-ups.
follow-up adjective [only before noun]
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a follow-up study We need to schedule a follow-up appointment. follow-up treatment at the local hospital
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