Definition of 'chase'
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Those being chased were often suspected of motoring offences. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Why do they need to give chase? The Sun (2013)Your ambition chart is switched on and you are ready to chase your dream job. The Sun (2011)You should chase the hard at some point. Times, Sunday Times (2014)An admirer who was following her chased them away. Liberty: The Lives and Times of Six Women in Revolutionary France (2006)Their day is spent being chased away like scavenging dogs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There might be fifty people chasing one property at auction. Times, Sunday Times (2013)England should have won the first two matches but flopped in run chases. The Sun (2009)Which is something that should only be considered if you are being chased by a bear. The Sun (2012)We gifted their first two goals and were chasing the game when they got the third. The Sun (2014)You can inspire people you care about to chase their dreams. The Sun (2009)Hunters have to be chased off his land. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We will always keep chasing the dream. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They chased it more often today than they did all season. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It took ten laps to dispense with both so that he could give chase. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This helps at work or if you are chasing a new job. The Sun (2008)The delighted looks on their faces presumably also help him chase away the suspicion that he is boring. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Put her on a track and there is a steely determination that has the rest chasing her shadow. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But he still loved the chase. The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)Testing ground would be a worry, but it rarely gets bad on the chase course. The Sun (2008)Spurs failed with two January raids and will again lead the chase this summer. The Sun (2009) Hunter chases are often the traffic filters of jump racing, positioned at the end of a card to allow the uninterested majority an early departure. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'chase'
British English: chase /tʃeɪs/ NOUN
A chase is the act of chasing someone.
He was reluctant to give up the chase.
- American English: chase
- Arabic: مُطَارَدَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: perseguição
- Chinese: 追赶
- Croatian: potjera
- Czech: honička
- Danish: jagt
- Dutch: achtervolging
- European Spanish: persecución
- Finnish: takaa-ajo
- French: poursuite
- German: Jagd
- Greek: κυνήγι
- Italian: inseguimento
- Japanese: 追跡
- Korean: 추적
- Norwegian: jakt
- Polish: polowanie
- European Portuguese: perseguição
- Romanian: urmărire
- Russian: преследование
- Spanish: persecución
- Swedish: jakt
- Thai: การไล่ตาม
- Turkish: takip
- Ukrainian: гонитва
- Vietnamese: sự theo đuổi
British English: chase /tʃeɪs/ VERB
If you chase someone, you run after them or follow them in order to catch them or force them to leave a place.
She chased the boys for 100 yards.
- American English: chase
- Arabic: يُطارِدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: perseguir
- Chinese: 追赶
- Croatian: loviti
- Czech: pronásledovat
- Danish: jage
- Dutch: achtervolgen
- European Spanish: perseguir cazar
- Finnish: jahdata
- French: pourchasser
- German: jagen
- Greek: κυνηγώ
- Italian: inseguire
- Japanese: 追跡する
- Korean: 추적하다
- Norwegian: jage
- Polish: ścigać
- European Portuguese: perseguir
- Romanian: a alergadupă cineva
- Russian: преследовать
- Spanish: perseguir
- Swedish: jaga
- Thai: ไล่ตาม
- Turkish: kovalamak
- Ukrainian: гнатися
- Vietnamese: đuổi
Definition of chase from the Collins English Dictionary
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