follow up with

follow up with somebody

to continue talking to or working with someone I left Cynthia a message and asked her to follow up with Mr. Harley about his computer problem.
Usage notes: usually used when you talk to someone to be sure a problem is solved or a suggestion is acted on
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follow up with something

to do something after having done something else The gymnasts perform compulsory routines today and follow up with individual events tomorrow.
See also: follow, up