Follow-on meaning

fŏlō-ŏn, -ôn
The definition of follow-on is something that happens as a consequence of something else happening.

An example of follow-on is an article telling what has happened to someone since an original story was published.

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Following as a related or consequent aspect or development.
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Designating or of anything that follows something else as a consequence or natural development; follow-up.

Follow-on negotiations.

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Alternative spelling of follow on.
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(cricket) The act of a captain forcing the other side to bat again immediately after their first innings.
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(cricket, of a team) To bat their second innings immediately after their first innings.
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