follow-on

[fol-oh-on, -awn]
adjective
following or evolving as the next logical step: Aircraft manufacturers can expect follow-on sales for spare parts.

Origin:
1875–80; noun use of verb phrase follow on (something)

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follow-on
 
n
1.  an immediate second innings forced on a team scoring a prescribed number of runs fewer than its opponents in the first innings
 
vb
2.  (intr, adverb) (of a team) to play a follow-on

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Example sentences
The follow-on thoughts unfortunately don't go much further.
Healthcare, and overall wellbeing will surely have a follow-on effect on population stabilization.
Yet start-ups looking for follow-on financing often cannot even get their calls returned.
Once the volume goes up, prices will come down and follow-on innovation will speed its adoption.
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