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Spanish translation of “chase”

chase

verb /tʃeis/
to run after; to pursue
perseguir
He chased after them but did not catch them We chased them by car.
(with away, offetc) to cause to run away
ahuyentar
I often have to chase the boys away from my fruit trees.
give chase to chase
salir en persecución de alguien/algo
The thieves ran off and the policeman gave chase.
(Definition of chase from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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