trot after (someone or something)

trot after (someone or something)

To follow along behind someone or something at a pace slightly faster than a walk. It was so cute seeing all the preschoolers trotting after their teacher on the way to the zoo. My dog always trots after me as I make my way around the farm each day.
See also: after, trot
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trot after someone

to follow along after someone, as done by a small dog. The puppy trotted along after the kids wherever they went. My little brother would always come trotting after us, annoying us a lot.
See also: after, trot
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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