Definition

to follow: to come after, to travel behind, to pursue; to understand verb
Follow me. Come with me, go where I go.
following: next, succeeding, upcoming adjective
We met last Monday and then signed the contract the following week.
You will need to bring the following documents to the interview: your passport, your C.V. and your visa details.
a following: a group of fans noun
Delavigne perfumes have acquired quite a following, they're very popular!

UK: Just follow me through this door please, sir.
US: I hate following orders.
  • "If everyone will be so kind as to follow me, I will tell you exactly where Susie and Bruno are."
  • "Follow me please."
  • "Follow me please!"
  • "Bruno : And Horatio "The Anaconda" Oléré, you'll be following drunken kung-fu school rules."
  • "You eat dinner, then talk to him. Come on and follow me now!"
  • "We have your laboratory surrounded by a team of 300 highly-trained military operatives, 17 Apache helicopters and 3 cats that followed us here."
  • "Vicar : Mr. Marron, you're not following the proper format at all."
  • "Follow me!"
  • "Follow these pointers, and you'll soon look like the kind of man that people want to do business with."
  • "Please, just shut your mouth and follow me."

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