nachkommen

Meanings

1.
to follow later
(someone going first, you catching up. Sometimes also used in the sense of not being able to process a stream of something)
Opposite (closest): vorgehen
2.
to fulfill, to follow
("einer Sache+Dat nachkommen" - for requests, pleas, orders and similar things.)

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German Prepositions Explained - "nach"

"nach" can mean "to" and "after". Today, we'll explore the common core of this, and explore the various uses of "nach", both alone and as a prefix.

Vocab:

nach, nachmachen, nachlaufen, nachlassen, nachgehen, nach


Word Family

Root: *gwa-

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