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follow throughphrasal verb

  • ja最後までやり遂げる
  • ento complete something that has been started

Examples

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Oh, face it, you're afraid of commitment.
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I'm not afraid of commitment.
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I commit to things all the time!
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It's the following through on that commitment that I take issue with.
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We should start a food chain,
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and we just make different pot pies.
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That's the only thing the restaurant serves is variations of pot pie.
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If you really did it and follow through, that'd be incredible.
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And so it just shows you how irrational fear of flying is
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when there's things that you really shouldn't be afraid of.
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And then when there's actually something you should be afraid of, you're not.
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- You weren't. - No.
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But then everybody—
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So that flight took you because you had to go all the way back.
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Then you fly to Mexico again.
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Well, we had to, that was the plan.
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So we just decided to follow through with it.
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My biggest fear ever is having a TN attack while I'm not home.
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I have skipped out on trips to amazing locations because I have been afraid of the travel time of the flight.
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Feeling like I have no control of the time I could or could not be in pain
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gives me way too much anxiety to follow through with any travel plans.
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What I do know is that talent doesn't make you gritty.
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Our data show very clearly that there are many talented individuals
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who simply do not follow through on their commitments.
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In fact, in our data, grit is usually unrelated or even inversely related to measures of talent.
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All right, I'm gonna go sit down.
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Rest a little bit and then we go.
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Then we go.
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It's all about leadership.
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He give us directions, we follow through.

Other meanings for follow through...

follow throughphrasal verb

  • ja振り切る
  • en(in sports) to continue a swinging motion of the arms or legs
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The key to the three-point shot is knowing where you are on the floor before you get the ball.
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Nobody likes a long two.
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You need a great knee bend, and gather yourself.
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Next, you need great lift, straight up and down.
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And of course, to top it all off,
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you need an immaculate follow through.
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Show me your forehand.
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I do it that way.
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Oh, you follow through?
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Do the base like this.
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And this and finish here.
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When you come down the court and pull up,
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do you think it's gonna go in?
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Every time.
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Even when you shoot and you miss,
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you hold that follow through up because it looks good in pictures.
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There is the day stick and then the night stick.
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The night stick was the longer one.
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That's where that word comes from.
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I felt like I was sucker punching you.
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And even as it was happening, I was thinking like,
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"Shouldn't do, shouldn't do, feels good."
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The only thing that sucked was on
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the follow through you got my arm.
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You okay though?
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Yeah, I'm fine.
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Ooh. Whatchu doin', bro?
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What could go wrong here?
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Good form, good follow through.
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Yeah, that actually is pretty good form.
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I have never played golf in my life.
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He kept his arm straight.
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Woosh!
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This boy's getting hit. I'm sorry, man.
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- Aaah! - Oh, no.
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Aaah! Oh!
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It's gonna bounce off the tree and come back and—
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Yeaaaaaah!