follow through definition

  • verb:
    • in order to complete; to accomplish, particularly, of a commitment.
    • to complete; to complete, specially, of a consignment.
    • to carry on moving the arms or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • To finish; to complete, specifically, of dedication.
    • to continue going the hands or legs after striking e.g. a ball
    • to keep moving the arms or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • to complete; to accomplish, specially, of a consignment.
    • to keep going the arms or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • To finish; to complete, specially, of dedication.
    • to keep going the hands or legs after striking e.g. a ball
    • in order to complete; to accomplish, specifically, of a consignment.
    • to continue going the arms or legs after striking e.g. a ball
    • to complete; to accomplish, specifically, of dedication.
    • To finish; to accomplish, especially, of a consignment.
    • to keep moving the hands or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • to continue moving the hands or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • To finish; to perform, specifically, of a commitment.
    • To finish; to perform, especially, of dedication.
    • to complete; to perform, especially, of a commitment.
    • to complete; to perform, specially, of dedication.
    • to continue going the hands or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • to keep moving the hands or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • to carry on moving the hands or legs after striking e.g. a ball
    • to carry on going the hands or feet after striking e.g. a ball
    • to complete; to accomplish, especially, of a consignment.
    • to continue moving the hands or feet after striking e.g. a ball

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