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follow-up noun

ADJ. long-term | immediate | six-month, two-year, etc. | regular VERB + FOLLOW-UP plan | write She is writing a follow-up to her best-selling novel. FOLLOW-UP + NOUN period | action, work After the report, advisers are expected to carry out follow-up work. | discussion, interview, meeting, session | visit You will receive a follow-up visit from the person conducting the assessment. | operation a follow-up operation to consolidate military successes | treatment They were attending hospital for follow-up treatment. | report, study, survey a long-term follow-up study of all children born in Great Britain in one week

PREP. ~ to We are planning a follow-up to today's event.