Definition of "follow"
  1. To comply with or adhere to a previous decision, accepting it as authoritative or binding
How to use "follow" in a sentence
  1. The latest ruling in this case is expected to follow the precedent set by an earlier case.
  2. The court is likely to follow the decision made in a similar case a few years ago.
  3. In legal issues, lower courts are typically required to follow the decisions of higher courts.

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