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follow the signs/somebody’s directions

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfollow the signs/somebody’s directionsfollow the signs/somebody’s directionsADVISEto go somewhere by a particular way according to road signs or to what someone has told you Just follow the signs for the airport. I followed Brown’s directions and found the farm quite easily. follow
Examples from the Corpus
follow the signs/somebody’s directionsHe made his way quickly to Mrs Brooks' house, following the postman's directions.If you're using sterilising solution, follow the manufacturer's directions.One involves focus groups, where a representative customer is selected and asked to perform a task by following the enclosed directions.Process through a pasta machine following the manufacturer's directions.But, if you use cleaning products, you must follow the manufacturer's directions explicitly.
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