reinforcement, support, backup, bolstering; consolidation:
The failure of the sales campaign was attributed to lack of follow-up.
1 disciple, adherent, student, pupil, apprentice, protégé(e):
They were followers of Buddha.
2 attendant, henchman, servant, retainer, bodyguard, myrmidon:
Louie walked in with two of his followers.
3 supporter, devotee, fan, aficionado, promoter, enthusiast, booster, advocate, proponent, US rooter, Colloq groupie:
She is a faithful follower of The Dirty Knees, a rock group.
long-term | immediate | six-month, two-year, etc. | regular
VERB + FOLLOW-UP
plan | write
She is writing a follow-up to her best-selling novel. FOLLOW-UP + NOUN
period | action, work
After the report, advisers are expected to carry out follow-up work.
| discussion, interview, meeting, session | visit
You will receive a follow-up visit from the person conducting the assessment.
a follow-up operation to consolidate military successes
They were attending hospital for follow-up treatment.
| report, study, survey
a long-term follow-up study of all children born in Great Britain in one week
We are planning a follow-up to today's event.
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