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  • 1 give chase — chase or run after someone or something The police gave chase to the man who robbed the store …

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  • 2 give chase — verb go after with the intent to catch The policeman chased the mugger down the alley the dog chased the rabbit • Syn: ↑chase, ↑chase after, ↑trail, ↑tail, ↑tag, ↑dog, ↑ …

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  • 3 run after — Synonyms and related words: act up to, agree to anything, approach, break the ice, bring, bring back, brown nose, call for, chase, chase after, chivy, court, cultivate, curry favor, dance attendance on, dog, fall all over, fall over, fawn upon,… …

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  • 4 run after — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. follow, chase, hunt; see pursue 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To follow (another) with the intent of overtaking and capturing: chase, pursue. Idioms: be (or go) in pursuit, give chase. See SEEK. II verb See run …

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  • 5 give chase — {v. phr.} To chase or run after someone or something. * /The dog saw a rabbit and gave chase./ * /The policeman gave chase to the man who robbed the bank./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 6 give chase — {v. phr.} To chase or run after someone or something. * /The dog saw a rabbit and gave chase./ * /The policeman gave chase to the man who robbed the bank./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 7 give\ chase — v. phr. To chase or run after someone or something. The dog saw a rabbit and gave chase. The policeman gave chase to the man who robbed the bank …

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  • 8 chase — 1. verb 1) the cat chased the mouse Syn: pursue, run after, give chase to, follow; hunt, track, trail; informal tail 2) chasing young girls Syn: pursue, run after, make advances to, flirt with; …

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  • 9 chase — I. v. a. 1. Pursue, hunt, track, run after give chase to. 2. Emboss, enchase. II. n. 1. Hunting, hunt, field sport. 2. Pursuit, race …

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  • 10 run — v 1. dash, dart, bolt, tear, tear along, bowl along, make time, cover ground, make strides or rapid strides; sprint, fly, flit, whiz, whisk; zoom, zip, career, rip, scour, scud, scorch, burn up the road, outstrip the wind, race like the wind, go… …

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  • 11 chase — chase1 [chās] vt. chased, chasing [ME chacen, cacchen: see CATCH] 1. to follow quickly or persistently in order to catch or harm 2. to run after; follow; pursue 3. to seek after 4. to make run away; drive …

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  • 12 chase — [[t]tʃe͟ɪs[/t]] ♦♦♦ chases, chasing, chased 1) VERB If you chase someone, or chase after them, you run after them or follow them quickly in order to catch or reach them. [V n] She chased the thief for 100 yards... [V after n] He said nothing to… …

    English dictionary

  • 13 run — runnable, adj. runnability, n. /run/, v., ran, run, running, n., adj. v.i. 1. to go quickly by moving the legs more rapidly than at a walk and in such a manner that for an instant in each step all or both feet are off the ground. 2. to move with… …

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  • 14 run — v. & n. v. (running; past ran; past part. run) 1 intr. go with quick steps on alternate feet, never having both or all feet on the ground at the same time. 2 intr. flee, abscond. 3 intr. go or travel hurriedly, briefly, etc. 4 intr. a advance by… …

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  • 15 chase — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. pursue, follow, hunt; dispel, put to flight, rout, repel; tool, engrave. See pursuit, ornamentation. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. pursuit, hunt, quest; see hunt 1 , 2 . • give chase, Syn. chase, trail,… …

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  • 16 run — run1 W1S1 [rʌn] v past tense ran [ræn] past participle run present participle running ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(move quickly using your legs)¦ 2¦(race)¦ 3¦(organize/be in charge of )¦ 4¦(do something/go somewhere quickly)¦ 5¦(buses/trains etc)¦ …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 chase — Synonyms and related words: Derby, Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, address, afforestation, arboretum, assemble, beat, beat back, beau, bedog, bezel, boil, bolt, boondocks, boot out, boss, brush off, bundle, bush, bushveld, bustle, career, carve …

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  • 18 run — run1 [ rʌn ] (past tense ran [ ræn ] ; past participle run) verb *** ▸ 1 move quickly with legs ▸ 2 control/organize ▸ 3 machine: work ▸ 4 liquid: flow ▸ 5 try to be elected ▸ 6 vehicle: travel ▸ 7 be shown/performed ▸ 8 reach amount/rate ▸ 9… …

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  • 19 run — [c]/rʌn / (say run) verb (ran, run, running) –verb (i) 1. to move quickly on foot, so as to go more rapidly than in walking (in bipedal locomotion, so that for an instant in each step neither foot is on the ground). 2. to do this for exercise, as …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 20 chase — v 1. pursue, give chase, run after, fly after, follow after, make after, take off after, Brit. chevy; hound, dog, bedog; shadow, trail, haunt, Inf. tail; hunt, stalk, course, trace, track, run down. 2. suit, court, Inf. spark, Inf. court and… …

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