follow-up

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follow-up (plural follow-ups)

  1. A subsidiary action taken as the result of an event.
  2. (Internet) A posted message on a newsgroup, etc. in reply to a previous one.
  3. (sports) A shot on goal directly following another that has been saved.
    • 2011 November 5, Phil Dawkes, “QPR 2 - 3 Man City”, BBC Sport:
      It could have been much worse for City before the break, but goalkeeper Joe Hart saved Jamie Mackie's long-range shot and Helguson's headed follow-up - although the latter was offside - before Bothroyd hit the post with another header.

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