Word: chase

Category: chase

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Synonyms: chase

eyeglass

Translations: chase

spanish
caza, perseguir, cazar, acosar, persecución


german
verfolgung, verfolgen, jagd, jagen

french
chasser, tirée, poursuivre, caniveau, pousser, ...

italian
incalzare, rincorrere, inseguimento, cacciare, caccia

portuguese
acossar, perseguição, perseguir, tanger, caçar

dutch
najagen, vervolgen, bejagen, achtervolgen, nastreven, ...

russian
гнаться, затравить, запечатлевать, гравировать, преследовать, ...

norwegian
jage, forfølge, forfølgelse

swedish
jaga, förfölja, förföljande, jakt

finnish
hätistää, ahdistaa, seuraaminen, vaino, ajojahti, ...

danish
jagt, forfølgelse, jage, forfølge

czech
honička, honit, štvát, kanálek, pronásledovat, ...

polish
gonić, bruzda, przeganiać, ścigać, polowanie, ...

hungarian
horony, huzag, keret, barázda, hajszolás, ...

turkish
takip, avlamak

greek
κυνηγώ

ukrainian
охота, гонитва, хіть, запам'ятовувати, тваринне

estonian
tagaajamine, uure

croatian
progoniti, gonjenje, plijen

icelandic
elta

latin
fugo

lithuanian
vytis, medžioklė

latvian
pakaļdzīšanās, vajāšana, vajāt

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The meaning and "use of": chase

noun
  • an act of pursuing someone or something.
  • (in letterpress printing) a metal frame for holding the composed type and blocks being printed at one time.
  • the part of a gun enclosing the bore.
  • a groove or furrow cut in the face of a wall or other surface to receive a pipe.

verb
  • pursue in order to catch or catch up with.
  • try to make contact with (someone) in order to get something owed or required.
  • engrave (metal, or a design on metal).

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