follower en Ucraniano

Pronunciación
n. послідовник, попутник, поклонник, учень

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He has 9.6 million followers on Vine.
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He has over 5 million followers on Twitter.
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There are teenagers who have millions of followers on popular social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Vine.
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Some bishops and followers have joined lawsuits to block the implementation of ‘Obamacare’.
(Source: Voice of America)
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In came the six young followers whose hearts they broke.
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We haven't had anything like enough, said the followers.
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and followers of the Count were pocketing everything that was easy to hide, saying smilingly that they were souvenirs. Later on the woman approached Desnoyers with a mysterious air to impart a new revelation.
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During the last month, prosecutors showed the jury video and audio recordings in which the preacher encouraged his followers to treat the infidels like animals, and to take women and children who were not Muslims captive.
(Voice of America)
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He explained that it was the bridge which had just been blown up. The leader received the news with an oath, but his confused followers, brought together by chance, remained indifferent
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The first image changes are appearing in the pages of Twitter users with the most followers — like the U.S. President, Barack Obama.
(Voice of America)
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Sinónimos

a person who accepts the leadership of another: Cartesian, stooge, respecter, tagalong, Muhammadan, Wagnerian, janissary, sponge, someone, Hegelian, flunkey, yes-man, Jeffersonian, Muhammedan, sheep, devotee, Mohammedan, Newtonian, Jacksonian, feudatory, Mendelian, sponger, disciple, inferior, buff, satellite, adherent, somebody, Jungian, Lamarckian, vassal, mortal, camp follower, myrmidon, regular, fan, flatterer, Machiavellian, Stalinist, liege, Skinnerian, adulator, liegeman, Freudian, soul, parasite, planet, person, liege subject, individual, leech, Nestorian, lover, submitter, flunky, cultist, hanger-on, Keynesian
someone who travels behind or pursues another: shadower, traveller, tail, traveler, chaser, shadow, pursuer


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