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it means “as” when used after a verb
Sentences, which are called 被字句 (bèi zì jù) in Chinese, are a key way to express the passive in modern Mandarin Chinese. In passive sentences, the object of an action becomes the subject of the sentence, and what would have been the subject of the normal (active voice) sentence, the "doer" of the action, becomes secondary, and may or may not be included in the passive sentence.
按照 àn zhào
means “according to “or “to follow”.
下来 xià lai
It is used as a verb complement to express finish or done something.