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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To come or go after; proceed behind: Follow the usher to your seat.
- verb-transitive: To go after in or as if in pursuit: "The wrong she had done followed her and haunted her dream” ( Katherine Anne Porter).
- verb-transitive: To keep under surveillance: followed the suspect around town.
- verb-transitive: To move along the course of; take: We followed a path to the shore.
- verb-transitive: To go in the direction of; be guided by: followed the sun westward across the plains; followed the signs to the zoo.
- verb-transitive: To accept the guidance, command, or leadership of: follow a spiritual master; rebels who refused to follow their commander.
- verb-transitive: To adhere to; practice: followed family traditions.
- verb-transitive: To take as a model or precedent; imitate: followed my example and resigned.
- verb-transitive: To act in agreement or compliance with; obey: follow the rules; follow one's instincts.
- verb-transitive: To keep to or stick to: followed the recipe; follow a diet.
- verb-transitive: To engage in (a trade or occupation); work at.
- verb-transitive: To come after in order, time, or position: Night follows day.
- verb-transitive: To bring something about at a later time than or as a consequence of: She followed her lecture with a question-and-answer period. The band followed its hit record with a tour.
- verb-transitive: To occur or be evident as a consequence of: Your conclusion does not follow your premise.
- verb-transitive: To watch or observe closely: followed the bird through binoculars.
- verb-transitive: To be attentive to; pay close heed to: too sleepy to follow the sermon.
- verb-transitive: To keep oneself informed of the course, progress, or fortunes of: follow the stock market; followed the local teams.
- verb-transitive: To grasp the meaning or logic of; understand: Do you follow my argument?
- verb-intransitive: To come, move, or take place after another person or thing in order or time.
- verb-intransitive: To occur or be evident as a consequence; result: If you ignore your diet, trouble will follow.
- verb-intransitive: To grasp the meaning or reasoning of something; understand.
- noun: The act or an instance of following.
- noun: Games A billiards shot in which the cue ball is struck above center so that it follows the path of the object ball after impact.
- phrasal-verb: follow along To move or proceed in unison or in accord with an example: followed along with the song.
- phrasal-verb: follow through Sports To carry a stroke to natural completion after hitting or releasing a ball or other object.
- phrasal-verb: follow through To carry an act, project, or intention to completion; pursue fully: followed through on her promise to reorganize the department.
- phrasal-verb: follow up To carry to completion; follow through on: followed up their recommendations with concrete proposals.
- phrasal-verb: follow up To increase the effectiveness or enhance the success of by further action: followed up her interview with an e-mail.
- idiom: as follows As will be stated next. Used to introduce a specified enumeration, explanation, or command.
- idiom: follow (one's) nose To move straight ahead or in a direct path.
- idiom: follow (one's) nose Informal To be guided by instinct: had no formal training but became a success by following his nose.
- idiom: follow suit Games To play a card of the same suit as the one led.
- idiom: follow suit To do as another has done; follow an example.
- eiti iš paskos
- follow me! sek paskui mane!
- būti pasekėju
- (logiškai) sekti
- I follow youaš jus suprantu
- to follow the sea būti jūrininku
- pagauti mintį
- pasirinkti profesiją
- to follow the law būti
- tapti teisi