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pursue

verb   /pəˈsjuː/ ( present participle pursuing, past tense and past participle pursued)
to try to do something over a period of time dedicarse a, proseguir She decided to pursue a career in finance.
to follow someone or something, usually to try to catch them perseguir
(Definition of pursue from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pursue

verb /pəˈsjuː/
to follow especially in order to catch or capture; to chase perseguir They pursued the thief through the town.
to occupy oneself with (studies, enquiries etc); to continue seguir, dedicarse a He is pursuing his studies at university.
pursuer noun
perseguidor The thief managed to evade his pursuers.
pursuit /pəˈsjuːt/ noun
the act of pursuing persecución The thief ran down the street with a policeman in (hot) pursuit.
an occupation or hobby actividad holiday pursuits.
(Definition of pursue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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