Definition of 'chaser'

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He was one of the top staying novice chasers last season. The Sun (2016)And he was a great chaser. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He must have still had a hard race in the testing ground and this is a quick turnaround for a staying chaser. The Sun (2016)Many fine chasers have been good hurdlers, but the ease with which Thistlecrack has made the transition makes him exceptional. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The horse is a chaser but we might run him over hurdles. The Sun (2015)Holywell is another classy chaser who has found form in recent weeks. The Sun (2016)They looked anxious and anything but promotion chasers. The Sun (2006)He stays well and he jumped brilliantly in his first two races as a novice chaser. The Sun (2014)He is probably the best staying novice chaser around. The Sun (2014)He has an especially strong hand of novice chasers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In the following season he won twice over hurdles but he was always going to be a staying chaser. The Sun (2014)He is especially good on chasers. The Sun (2010)The two outstanding two-mile chasers of their generation are due to meet again tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That would be soft, like drinking pints without a whisky chaser. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And a win at Worcester last month showed he is a chaser who relishes good ground. The Sun (2008)He's got bundles of energy and he will make a great chaser. The Sun (2008)This was one of the key championship races in the calendar, with stellar staying chasers assembled. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Promotion chasers City were held to their fourth draw in five home games. The Sun (2009)But it said whisky chasers, too. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The in-form striker bagged his ninth goal in nine games to earn a point for the promotion chasers. The Sun (2012)A good old-fashioned chaser who stays all day and loves to jump. The Sun (2016)Without doubt the best two-mile chaser in Britain this season. The Sun (2014)This front-runner is one of the best two-mile chasers around and will take some catching. The Sun (2007)Up to yesterday, 35 people had signed up as fans of the great chaser. Times, Sunday Times (2007)On today's form he's the best staying chaser in the country. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I love my staying chasers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And on a Thursday the farmers would come in after the auction, drink a pint and then a whisky chaser. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'chaser'

British English: chaser NOUN
A chaser is an alcoholic drink that you have after you have drunk a stronger or weaker alcoholic drink.
...whisky with beer chasers.
  • American English: chaser
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bebida aperitiva
  • Chinese: 酒后饮料
  • European Spanish: bebida alcohólica suave que se toma después de otra más fuerte
  • French: boisson alcoolique prise pour en accompagner une autreN
  • German: Drink zum Nachspülen
  • Italian: bicchierino di una bevanda alcolica che si beve dopo un'altra bevanda alcolica
  • Japanese: チェーサー
  • Korean: 독한 술 뒤에 마시는 술 혹은 그 반대
  • European Portuguese: bebida fraca
  • Spanish: bebida alcohólica suave que se toma después de otra más fuerte


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