- follow-throughs1) N-UNCOUNT: also a N, oft N prep A follow-through is something that completes an action or a planned series of actions.
...the task of finding a durable solution to the refugee problem as a follow-through to the very temporary measures.2) N-VAR A follow-through is a movement that completes an action such as hitting a ball.
Focus on making a short, firm follow-through.
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follow-through — n [singular] 1.) the continued movement of your arm after you have hit the ball in tennis, golf etc →↑follow through 2.) the things that someone does in order to complete a plan →↑follow through ▪ The budget has to cover not only the main project … Dictionary of contemporary English
follow through on — follow through (on (something)) to continue something until it is completed. It was an unpopular idea, but he followed through on it anyway. I am sorry now that I didn t follow through with music lessons when I was younger. Etymology: based on… … New idioms dictionary
follow through — (on (something)) to continue something until it is completed. It was an unpopular idea, but he followed through on it anyway. I am sorry now that I didn t follow through with music lessons when I was younger. Etymology: based on the sports… … New idioms dictionary
follow-through — n. 1. Carrying a process, plan, or project to full completion; as, I appreciated his follow through on his promise. The term usually is used in reference to the period after some point in time at which the actor is given freedom to pursue the… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
follow-through — UK US noun [U] ► something that is done as the next part of an activity or period of development: »Most of the theory of data protection is obvious, but follow through remains an important responsibility … Financial and business terms
follow-through — (n.) 1897, of golf swings, from verbal phrase follow through. Figurative use from 1926 … Etymology dictionary
follow through — index complete, consummate, exhaust (try all possibilities), follow up, perpetrate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
follow through — [v] bring to a conclusion complete, conclude, consummate, pursue, see through; concept 91 Ant. leave, not finish … New thesaurus
follow-through — noun 1. ) count or uncount the final part of the movement you make when you hit, kick, or throw the ball in a sport 2. ) uncount something that is done in order to complete a plan or reaction … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
follow-through — ► NOUN ▪ the continuing of an action or task to its conclusion … English terms dictionary