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in hot pursuit

eagerly trying to get someone or something: He drove off, with the police in hot pursuit. Reporters from the Times were in hot pursuit of the story.
Translations of “in hot pursuit”
in Chinese (Traditional) 緊緊追趕…
in Chinese (Simplified) 紧紧追赶…
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