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follower

noun [C]  /ˈfɑl·oʊ·ər/ us  

follower noun [C] (PERSON WHO OBEYS)

someone who obeys or supports another person or that person’s ideas: The newly elected governor appeared overcome with emotion as he thanked his followers.

follower noun [C] (INTERESTED PERSON)

a person who has an active interest in something: They are enthusiastic followers of their local team.
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