followup followup  /ˈfɑ loʊ ˌəp/


  1. (n) a piece of work that exploits or builds on earlier work
  2. (n) an activity that continues something that has already begun or that repeats something that has already been done
  3. (n) a subsequent examination of a patient for the purpose of monitoring earlier treatment


  • At any rate, something viral happened to Brno, Sacha Baron Cohen's followup to Borat.


  • Another Study Confirms Hands-Free Texting While Driving Is Unsafe

    schwit1 writes with a followup to a story we discussed in April about how using voice-activated texting while driving was no safer than using your hands. Now, a study by AAA has found that using voice commands to send texts is more dangerous than simply talking on your cellphone. "Texting a friend verbally while behind the wheel caused a 'large' amount of mental distraction compared with ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Slashdot


  1. "I would have loved to have seen a little more followup than we saw tonight," Schieffer said. "It seemed like just when it was kind of getting good, then they'd have to go on to another subject."
    on Oct 7, 2008 By: Bob Schieffer Source: FOXNews

  2. "As a followup to our telephone discussion earlier today, I do want to apologize in writing for what transpired after the first score of the Georgia/Florida game this past Saturday when our entire team left the bench area to celebrate the...
    on Oct 29, 2007 By: Mark Richt Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

  3. "It actually went on for a short period of time when I was 12 and then strangely enough when I was of age, and I was an actor in Hollywood, I met her again and she was as beautiful as ever and we had a sort of followup," Hamilton said.
    on Oct 17, 2008 By: George Hamilton Source: FOXNews

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