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Dictionary French English: follow

Translation 1 - 37 of 37

FrenchEnglish
VERB  to follow | followed | followed ... 
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SYNO   to follow | to postdate | to come ... 
suivre qn./qc.
31
to follow sb./sth.
pourchasser qn./qc.to follow sb./sth.
s'y retrouver dans qc. [fig.] [explication]to follow sth. [understand]
se retrouver dans qc. [fig.] [explication]to follow sth. [understand]
2 Words: Verbs
découler de qc.to follow from sth.
suivre des consignesto follow orders
suivre discrètement qn.to follow sb. quietly [discreetly]
donner suite à qc. [plainte, affaire]to follow sth. up
compléter qc. [informations]to follow up sth.
faire suite à qc. [incident]to follow upon sth.
2 Words: Nouns
journ. suite {f} [article de suivi]follow-up
3 Words: Verbs
obtempérer à un ordreto follow a directive
suivre un modèleto follow an example
se succéderto follow each other
faire suite à qc.to follow on from sth.
se succéderto follow one another
suivre sa vocationto follow one's calling
suivre sa vocationto follow one's vocation
suivre qn. à la traceto follow sb.'s trail
suivre le mouvement [fig.]to follow the crowd
imposer qc.to follow through with sth.
3 Words: Nouns
méd. visite {f} de contrôlefollow-up visit
4 Words: Verbs
emboîter le pas à qn.to follow on sb.'s heels
se suivre [aller les uns derrière les autres]to follow one after another
écouter son cœurto follow one's own inclination
coller aux basques de qn. [fam.]to follow sb. wherever they go
suivre qn./qc. à la debandadeto follow sb./sth. in total panic
pol. être dans la ligneto follow the party line
pol. se plier à la discipline de voteto follow the party whip
suivre la piste de qn./qc.to follow the trail of sb./sth.
donner suite à une demandeto follow up a request
5+ Words: Others
loc. Je ne suis pas sûr de vous suivre.I don't quite follow you.
littérat. sci. La Science en action [auteur : Bruno Latour (1987)]Science in Action: How to Follow Scientists and Engineers through Society
5+ Words: Verbs
marcher sur les traces de qn. [fig.]to follow in the footsteps of sb. [fig.]
marcher sur les traces de qn. [fig.]to follow in the steps of sb. [fig.]
se suivre [aller les uns derrière les autres]to follow one after the other
procéder suivant le mode d'emploito follow the directions for use
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