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Phrasal verb: Follow up

Spanish translation: dar seguimiento, continuar, investigar

Definition: When you follow up on information, you try to find out more about it, or to take the next step.

Used in sentences:

1. I followed up with HR to find out whether they had decided on a candidate yet.

2. You should follow up with the customer in about a week to see if they are still interested.

3. The sales manager will follow up with her team to make sure they are reaching their goals.

Related words or phrases: inquire, look into,

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