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pursuit

noun [U]
 
 
/pəˈsjuːt/ US  /pərˈsuːt/
TRY when you try to achieve a plan, activity, or situation, usually over a long period of time
vazgeçmeme, başarmaya çalışma, uzun süre başarmaya çalışma
the pursuit of pleasure He left his native country in pursuit of freedom.Taking part and getting involvedGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' will
FOLLOWING when you follow someone or something to try to catch them
peşinden koşmak, peşini bırakmama, elde etmeye çalışma
The police are in pursuit of a 25-year-old murder suspect.Pursuing
Translations of “pursuit”
in Korean 추구, 뒤쫓음…
in Arabic مُطارَدة…
in Portuguese perseguição…
in Catalan persecució, cerca…
in Japanese 追跡…
in Italian inseguimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 娛樂, 嗜好,消遣,娛樂…
in Russian поиски, стремления, преследование…
in Chinese (Simplified) 娱乐, 嗜好,消遣,娱乐…
in Polish dążenie, pościg, pogoń…
(Definition of pursuit from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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