English → English - chase

Pronunciation
n. hunt; area used for hunting; groove; gunbarrel
v. pursue, follow; banish, send away

English → Spanish - chase

Pronunciation
s. persecución; búsqueda, cacería
v. perseguir, cazar

English → French - chase

Pronunciation
n. poursuite; terrain de chasse; cannelure; canon de fusil
v. pourchasser; expulser

English → German - chase

Pronunciation
n. Jagd; Jagdgebiet; Einschnitt; Gewehrlauf
v. jagen; rausschmeißen

English → Indonesian - chase

Pronunciation
n. pengejaran, kejaran, penguberan, pemburuan
v. mengejar, menguber, meluru, memperturuntukan, memburu, menghalau, menolak, sibuk, mengukir

English → Italian - chase

Pronunciation
s. caccia, inseguimento; selvaggina o animale cacciato; la caccia (sport)
v. inseguire, rincorrere; cacciare, dare la caccia a; scacciare

English → Polish - chase

Pronunciation
n. gonitwa, pogoń, pościg, łów, obława, zwierzyna, zdobycz, lufa, rowek, forma drukarska, polowanie, myślistwo
v. kuć, ścigać, gonić, ganiać, przeganiać, łowić, gnać, polować, cyzelować, klepać, wyklepać, przegnać, przegonić, klepnąć, wyklepywać

English → Portuguese - chase

Pronunciation
s. caça; fenda; calibre de um cano de espingarda
v. caçar; seguir; gravar em relevo

English → Romanian - chase

Pronunciation
n. vânătoare, loc destinat vânătorii, vânat, vânător: vânători, urmărire, cursă, hăituire, vas urmărit, jgheab, şanţ {tehn.}, ramă, tranşee
v. vâna, urmări, alerga după, risipi, goni, fugi, alerga, grava {tehn.}

English → Russian - chase

Pronunciation
с. погоня, преследование; травля, охота; фальц, канавка, паз, дульная часть ствола орудия, оправа, рама
г. гнаться, преследовать, бегать за, охотиться; выгонять, прогонять, разгонять, рассеивать; вымахивать; нарезать, прорезать пазы, гравировать (орнамент); запечатлевать

English → Turkish - chase

Pronunciation
f. kovalamak, takip etmek, peşinde olmak, peşine düşmek, hızla geçip gitmek, izlemek; oymak, hakketmek, kabartma işlemek; zıvana açmak
i. kovalama, takip, iz sürme, av; avlanma bölgesi; dizilmiş harfleri tutan demir çerçeve, oluk, yiv

English → Ukrainian - chase

Pronunciation
n. погоня, переслідування, цькування, полювання, ловля, мисливці, дичина, нагінка
v. гнатися, переслідувати, полювати, виганяти, проганяти, розганяти, розвіювати, бігати, виробляти долотом, чеканити

English → Dutch - chase

Pronunciation
zn. jacht, najagen, vervolging, jachtgrond, jachtveld; (nagejaagde) prooi; jachtstoet
ww. najagen; verdrijven, verjagen

English → Greek - chase

Pronunciation
ουσ. κυνηγητό, κυνήγι, καταδίωξη, γλυφή
ρήμ. κυνηγώ, διώκω, τρέχω από πίσω, καταδιώκω, λαξεύω, σκαλίζω

English → Arabic - chase

Pronunciation
‏مطاردة، متابعة، طريدة، صيد، حق الصيد، مرتفع الصيد، خندق، قناة، ملاحقة‏
‏طارد، تعقب، زين المعدن، ثلم، عدا، سرع، لاحق‏

English → Chinese - chase

Pronunciation
(名) 追逐; 追求; 追击; 打猎#狩猎地#槽, 沟; 管子槽, 暗管
(动) 追逐; 追踪; 追捕; 赶出, 驱逐; 追逐, 追赶; 追求; 追寻; 匆忙地走, 奔跑; 雕镂, 镂刻

English → Chinese - chase

Pronunciation
(名) 追逐; 追求; 追擊; 打獵#狩獵地#槽, 溝; 管子槽, 暗管
(動) 追逐; 追蹤; 追捕; 趕出, 驅逐; 追逐, 追趕; 追求; 追尋; 匆忙地走, 奔跑; 雕鏤, 鏤刻

English → Hindi - chase

Pronunciation
n. शिकार, आखेट, खेदा, पीछा, अनुसरण
v. शिकार करना, शिकार खेलना, आखेट करना, पीछा करना

English → Japanese - chase

Pronunciation
(名) 追跡; 追求; 狩猟; 追われるもの
(動) 追いかける; 追求する; 追い払う; 走り回る; 浮き彫りを施す

English → Korean - chase

Pronunciation
명. 추적, 쫓기는 사람, 쫓기는 짐승, 쫓기는 배, 사냥, 적 장면, 영화의 추적 장면, 홈
동. 뒤쫓다; 쫓아내다

English → Vietnamese - chase

Pronunciation
n. sự đuổi bắt, khu vực săn bắn, thú săn bắn, đánh đuổi, săn bắn, đuối theo, trốn, tẩu thoát, đường xoi, đường rãnh, loại súng đại bác, tàu bị đuổi
v. chuồn, đục, chạm, đuổi theo, đuổi bắt, trổ, chạm hình nổi

Definition of chase

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The act of one who chases another; a pursuit.
2. A hunt.
3. A children's game where one player chases another.
4. A large country estate where game may be shot or hunted.
5. Anything being chased, especially a vessel in time of war.
6. Any of the guns that fire directly ahead or astern; either a bow chase or stern chase.
7. The occurrence of a second bounce by the ball in certain areas of the court, giving the server the chance, later in the game, to "play off" the chase from the receiving end and possibly win the point.
8. A division of the floor of a gallery, marked by a figure or otherwise; the spot where a ball falls, and between which and the dedans the adversary must drive the ball in order to gain a point.
Verb
9. To pursue, to follow at speed.
10. To hunt.
11. To give chase; to hunt.
To chase around after a doctor
12. To pursue a vessel in order to destroy, capture or interrogate her.
13. To dilute alcohol.
Chase vodka with orange juice to make a screwdriver.
14. To attempt to win by scoring the required number of runs in the final innings.
Australia will be chasing 217 for victory on the final day.
15. To swing at a pitch outside of the strike zone, typically an outside pitch
Jones chases one out of the zone for strike two.
16. To produce enough offense to cause the pitcher to be removed
The rally chased the starter.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: chasing
Present: chase (3.person: chases)
Past: chased
Future: will chase
Present conditional: would chase
Present Perfect: have chased (3.person: has chased)
Past Perfect: had chased
Future Perfect: will have chased
Past conditional: would have chased
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