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Follow-through   /fˈɑloʊ-θru/   Listen
Follow-through

noun
1.
Carrying some project or intention to full completion.
2.
The act of carrying a stroke to its natural completion.  "Squash can be dangerous if your opponent has a long follow-through"






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Words linked to "Follow-through" :   follow through, shot, windup, completion, culmination, closing, mop up, stroke



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