Bedeutung von “chase” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb us uk /tʃeɪs/
Extra Examples
The kids were chasing each other round the garden.Our dog used to like chasing rabbits.Andy chased after him but couldn't catch up with him.I suddenly noticed my 3-year old son near the water's edge and had to chase after him.A police car was chasing them.
CATCH [ I, T ]

B2 to run after someone or something in order to catch them:

The dog was chasing a rabbit.
chase sb/sth away/off/out, etc

to run after a person or animal to make them leave a place:

I chased the cat away.
TRY [ T ] UK

to try very hard to get something:

There are hundreds of graduates chasing very few jobs.

(Definition von “chase verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)