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chase

noun
 
 
/tʃeɪs/
[C] an occasion when you go after someone or something quickly in order to catch them: a high speed car chase Pursuing
give chase to go after someone or something quickly in order to catch themPursuing
Translations of “chase”
in Vietnamese săn…
in Spanish caza…
in Thai การล่า…
in Malaysian memburu…
in French chasse…
in German die Jagd…
in Chinese (Traditional) 追趕,追逐, 追捕…
in Indonesian berburu…
in Russian погоня, преследование…
in Turkish takip, izleme, peşinden gitme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 追赶,追逐, 追捕…
in Polish pościg…
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