pursueverb [T]uk /pəˈsjuː/ us /pɚˈsuː/
pursue verb [T] (FOLLOW)
- She said that she was tired of being pursued by crowds of journalists.
- He ran down the street, hotly pursued by two police officers.
- The disgraced minister walked swiftly from the car to his house pursued by a whole posse of reporters.
- He'd been pursuing her for months and then she finally agreed to go out with him.
- I don't think we should pursue this matter any further.
pursue verb [T] (TRY TO GET)
pursue verb [T] (TRY TO DO)
- The company is aggressively pursuing new business opportunities.
- The government is pursuing a policy of containment.
- He used to play with a group but now he's pursuing a solo career.
- We should pursue every avenue in the search for an answer to this problem.
- The government pursued every diplomatic channel to free the hostages.