followverb

  • ja追う、続く
  • ento go or come after; move behind in the same direction

Examples

0:04 / --:--
1.
Uh-oh. Okay, okay, nobody panic.
2.
Listen up. Listen up.
3.
Everyone, follow me to the shelter.
4.
We've got enough food for 14 days.
5.
After that, we have a difficult conversation.
6.
My bad. Space heater and fan were both on high, plugged into the same outlet, so...
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0:47 / --:--
1.
Hi there.
2.
Who are you, and why are you following me?
3.
I'm not following you.
4.
I come for Charles Boyle.
5.
- Hey, hey, hey! Hands where we can see them. - Chill out, bro!
6.
It's not gun. It's just... It's a toy.
7.
No shoot, pretty please.
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0:39 / --:--
1.
Hawkins ran you out of New York and took away your life.
2.
If you help us, maybe we can help you get it back.
3.
Fine, I'll talk to you.
4.
But you gotta follow me.
5.
I gotta go feed the hogs.
6.
Oh, my god. What are you going to feed them?
7.
- Is it us? - Corn.
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2:05 / --:--
1.
Let's get her out.
2.
I'll do it!
3.
I'll chew the bars off with my bare fangs!
4.
You could do that.
5.
Or you could just follow these humans right into the cage.
6.
Okay, Yakie, baby.
7.
It's feeding time.
8.
Watch and learn.
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