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a follow-up: a continuation, an addition, a sequel
After the success of his first record, his follow-up album didn't sell very well.
As a follow-up to our phone conversation I would like to ask you a few further questions.

to follow up (on a discussion): to carry on with, to persevere with, to keep up on, to continue with (a discussion)
I would like to follow up on our conversation yesterday, as I have some more information to share.


  • "Are you available next week for a follow-up interview?"
  • "Subject: Conference call follow-up to our discussion on outsourcing"
  • "I suppose it's just a coincidence that Delavigne scheduled this press conference only two days after the release of Kalvin Krime's follow-up to last year's super-popular 'KK One'?"
  • "> Following up on our meeting with Mr. Shadetree yesterday, it seems more clear to me than ever that we should find a new bank as soon as possible."
  • "The day after the accident, you told me that since you had caused this mess, you would be following up promptly and would keep me posted on developments."
  • "Just to follow up on our discussion last week, I've gone over Delavigne's dossier, and I believe I'm able to explain the situation clearly now."
  • "I just wanted to follow up on our conversation yesterday, and let you know that I'll be available for a telephone interview on Tuesday of next week."
  • "I just wanted to follow up on the product recall you requested for Delavigne's Eiffel Shower Gel."
  • "If you have any follow-up questions, please don't hesitate to call me at (408) 758-3629 or by e-mail at isaguinn@femail."

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