follow

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follow

verb

Definition of FOLLOW

1
to come after in time <a wrap-up always follows the Super Bowl broadcast>
2
to go after or on the track of <let's follow the boys to their hiding place>
Related Words accompany, chaperone (or chaperon), escort; hunt, search (for), seek; eye, observe, watch
Phrases run after
Near Antonyms head
Antonyms guide, lead, pilot
3
to act according to the commands of <follow me, and you'll do OK>
Synonyms adhere (to), comply (with), conform (to), follow, goose-step (to), mind, observe
Related Words defer (to), submit (to), surrender (to), yield (to); accede (to), acquiesce (to), agree (to), assent (to); attend, hear, heed, listen (to), mark, note, notice, regard, take, watch
Antonyms defy, disobey, rebel (against)
4
to make one's way through, across, or over <followed the path into the garden>
Synonyms course, cover, cross, cut (across), follow, go, navigate, pass (over), perambulate, peregrinate, proceed (along), track, transit, travel
Related Words hike, traipse, tramp, tread, walk; ride, run; crisscross
5
to take notice of and be guided by <don't follow his advice>
Synonyms follow, listen (to), mind, note, observe, regard, watch
Related Words consider, contemplate, mull, ponder, weigh; comply (with), conform (to), keep, obey, respect; attend (to), hark (to), hear, hearken (to); mark, notice, see
Near Antonyms brush (aside or off), discount, dismiss, gloss (over), gloze (over), neglect, pass over, pooh-pooh (also pooh), scorn, shrug off; defy, flout; slight, snub
6
to keep one's eyes on <stood on the platform and followed the departing train until it disappeared from sight>
Synonyms eye, follow, observe
Near Antonyms blink, wink

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