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follow upphrasal verb

  • ja~を追求[探求]する
  • ento take appropriate action about something

Examples

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I hope my boy put us on the list.
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I thought you said we were on the list.
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Well, yeah, I didn't follow up or anything,
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he's not responding to any of my texts, so that's a good sign.
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Your brother was a big guy, and he was intimidated.
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After that, William went home, and your mom noticed that he was soaking wet.
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Asked what happened, and he said that he was wet with sweat from the gym.
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And I followed up on that, I went to the gym.
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But your brother had not been at the gym that day.

Other meanings for follow up...

follow upphrasal verb

  • ja~を追求[探求]する
  • ento try to get or find out more information about something
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Yes, Michael Scott for Dr. Jocelyn, please.
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Hello, Doctor.
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I was just following up about on my mole again.
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Now, I was looking online about sebaceous cysts.
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I have not been squeezing it.
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Oh.
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Could I stick it with a pin?
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Ugh.
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"Never have I ever had sex in public."
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- What's the definition of that? - What kind of public?
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In public.
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- Like, around people. - That's what it means.
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- Like, in a social situation. - Oh, yeah.
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There was that one time.
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Wow.
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- Risk-takers. - We're an exciting group.
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Yes.
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No, but I want to follow up on this question.
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Where was it?
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What area?
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What kind of public—
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- It was a park in the rain one time. - A park in the rain?
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Real sexy.
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I was with my partner at the time.
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Roland West.
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We were doing our regular shift.
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Following up on a series of thefts, I believe.
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Scientists also want to follow up on cases
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where TB is found in the wild to figure out if there are
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other animals acting as disease reservoirs
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by carrying the bacteria,
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or whether it’s basically just us.
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What we do know is that there are nearly 400 specific differences
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between the proteins of SARS-CoV-1 and SARS-CoV-2,
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most of which are in these other proteins.
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So there’s a lot more to look at.
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So, we don’t know all of the reasons this virus is so contagious.
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But we do know enough to follow up on some promising leads.
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You know, if it was my case,
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I'd really wanna get to the bottom of it just to squash all of this and, hey, be the hero.
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I mean, this may inspire and hopefully inspire somebody to legitimately reopen this case,
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legitimately follow up on leads and listen to people like yourselves.