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 Translation for 'to chase' from English to Russian
VERB   to chase | chased | chased
chasing | chases
SYNO Chase | chase | following | ...
охотиться за [+instr.]to chase
погоня {ж} [преследование]chase [pursuit]
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прогонять [несов.]to chase away
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Охота на овец [Харуки Мураками]
A Wild Sheep Chase [Haruki Murakami]
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Usage Examples English
  • He described the film to Chase in "Cosmopolitan" as a "grueling shoot", in which "every one of us fell out of the boat at one point or another and had to be saved".
  • This in turn comes from Latin, also "fuga", which is itself related to both "fugere" ("to flee") and "fugare" ("to chase").
  • In terms of gunnery, speed, and dimensions, the specialised design to chase torpedo boats and her high-seas capabilities, "Destructor" was an important precursor to the TBD.
  • Its skin is loose enough not to tear while tunneling in tight burrows to chase prey.
  • This is an Iroquois sun myth about three brothers who tire of being on earth and decide to chase the sun into the sky.

  • Linguist Ranko Matasović, author of the "Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic", derives the name "fíana" from reconstructed Proto-Celtic "*wēnā" (a troop), from Proto-Indo-European "*weyh" (to chase, pursue), and says the Irish ethnic name "Féni" is probably related.
  • The incident that disallows Iphiklos from having children resulted from Iphiklos seeing Phylakos gelding rams, causing Phylakos to chase him with a knife.
  • On 1 April 1424, the Yongle Emperor launched a large campaign into the Gobi Desert to chase an army of fleeing Oirats.
  • New Orleans would attempt to chase the Vancouver Grizzlies before finally landing another team in 2002.
  • Staff were assigned to chase away birds and cicadas from her Imperial Fishing Villa.

  • In a long race such as the Belmont, positioning of the horse and the timing of the move to chase for the lead can be critical.
  • The two women use their considerable financial resources to indulge in cigarettes, alcohol and recreational drugs and to chase the latest fads in an attempt to maintain their youth and recapture their glory days as Mods in swinging London.
  • They favoured their packs of dogs and hounds trained to chase foxes, hares and boars.
  • She managed to do that in the episode "A Day in the Life" by secretly tying a kite to him and goading Gareth to chase him which led to Gareth getting hit by one of Zeus' thunderbolts.
  • These four ships remained at large until their encounter with and attempt to chase a British frigate brought them in range of a British squadron under Sir Richard Strachan, which captured them all on 4 November 1805 at the Battle of Cape Ortegal.

  • The Coast Guard was not well-equipped to chase down bootlegging vessels but began searching ships at sea instead of when they arrived at port, and upgraded its boats to facilitate more efficient and consistent arrests.
  • He kept his troops close together after skirmishes where they had gained superiority, rather than allowing them to chase opponents off the battlefield.
  • He wrote, "Color has taken possession of me; no longer do I have to chase after it, I know that it has hold of me forever...
  • It should also be noted that it was usually only the frigates which took prizes; the ships of the line were far too ponderous to be able to chase and capture the smaller ships which generally carried treasure.
  • It is however a true sighthound which has been selected for generations to pursue game; consequently, most Deerhounds will be eager to chase.

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