to go or come after; to move or travel behind
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I follow lots of people on Twitter.
The dog follows me wherever I go.
A: When's your appointment?
A: Mine's at 10:00.
B: I will follow you then.
I followed someone I knew into a shop, but it wasn't them.
She'd followed the map carefully but still got lost.
A: You're late.
B: Sorry. I followed the directions but still got lost.
A: That's okay.
I'm following the instructions but it's still really hard.
My dad's following me on Facebook. It's odd.
A: Do you know the way?
B: Not really. Roughly.
A: You can follow me.
B: Thanks. I am following you then.
I've followed the map but still can't find it.
We'd followed the instructions but the bookshelves do not look like they should.
A: Do you follow anyone special on Instagram?
B: I've followed BTS from the beginning of their career but no one else really.
A: Oh wow. Me too.