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follow–through

noun fol·low–through \ˈfä-lō-ˌthrü, ˌfä-lō-ˈ, -lə-\

sports : the part of a stroke, swing, or kick that happens after a ball is hit

: the act of completing an action or process

Full Definition of FOLLOW-THROUGH

1
:  the part of the stroke following the striking of a ball
2
:  the act or an instance of following through

First Known Use of FOLLOW-THROUGH

1897

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