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Chase, Chevy /ˈtʃevi/
chase /tʃeɪs/ verb


پایه چرخش ، تعقیب کردن ، دنبال کردن ، شکار کردن ، واداربه فرار کردن ، راندن واخراج کردن (با awayو out و) off ، تعقیب ، مسابقه ، شکار ، علوم مهندسی: دنبال کردن ، ورزش: تغییر دادن توپ زن به علت عدم موفقیت او ، علوم نظامی: گردن توپ ، علوم دریایی: گردن توپ

: chase (to)

قلم زدن ، منقوش کردن ، شیاردادن ، معماری: شکافتن
chase
[verb]
Synonyms:
- pursue, course, follow, hunt, run after, track
- drive away, drive, expel, hound, put to flight
[noun]
Synonyms:
- pursuit, hunt, hunting, race
Contrasted words: flee, fly
English Thesaurus: follow, chase, run after somebody/go after somebody, stalk, pursue, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Chase trademark
a large bank in the US, with its main offices in New York City. It was formerly called the Chase Manhattan Bank, and merged with JP Morgan in 2000.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Chase, Chevy /ˈtʃevi/
(1943–) a US comedian famous for appearing on the television show Saturday Night Live in the 1980s and for the National Lampoon films, such as National Lampoon's Summer Vacation

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. chase1 S3 /tʃeɪs/ verb
[Sense 1-5, 7: Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: chacier, from Vulgar Latin captiare; catch1]
[Sense 6: Date: 1400-1500; Origin: enchase 'to set (a jewel)' (15-21 centuries), from French enchâsser, from châsse 'case, setting', from Latin capsa; case1]

1. FOLLOW [intransitive and transitive] to quickly follow someone or something in order to catch them:
The dogs saw him running and chased him.
kids chasing around the house
chase somebody along/down/up something etc
The police chased the suspect along Severn Avenue.
chase after
A gang of boys chased after her, calling her names.

2. MAKE SOMEBODY/SOMETHING LEAVE [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to make someone or something leave, especially by following them for a short distance and threatening them
chase somebody away/off
The men were chased off by troops, who fired warning shots.
chase somebody out of something
Anne went to chase the dog out of the garden.

3. TRY TO GET SOMETHING [intransitive and transitive] to use a lot of time and effort trying to get something such as work or money:
Top graduates from the university are chased by major companies.
chase after
reporters chasing after a story

4. HURRY [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] British English to rush or hurry somewhere
chase around/up/down etc
I was chasing around getting everything organized.

5. ROMANCE [transitive] to try hard to make someone notice you and pay attention to you, because you want to have a romantic relationship with them:
‘Sometimes a girl wants to be chased,’ Amelia said.

6. METAL [transitive] technical to decorate metal with a special tool:
chased silver

7. chase the dragon informal to smoke the drug heroin
chase somebody/something ↔ down phrasal verb
to find something or someone that you have been looking for:
We had to chase down everyone we’d sold a bike to.
chase somebody/something ↔ up phrasal verb British English

1. to remind someone to do something they promised to do for you:
David hasn’t paid yet – you’d better chase him up.

2. to try to make something happen or arrive more quickly, because it has been taking too long:
Can you chase up those photos for me tomorrow?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. chase2 noun

1. [countable] the act of following someone or something quickly in order to catch them:
a high-speed car chase
Police spotted the car and gave chase (=chased it).

2. [singular] when you use a lot of time and effort trying to get something
chase after
the chase after higher-paying jobs
paper chase, wild goose chase

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

chase
noun
ADJ. long, short | high-speed | car The film ends with a long car chase.
police | wild goose He sent us on a wild goose chase (= a search for sth that cannot be found).
VERB + CHASE give, take up The old lady shouted for help and then gave chase. A police officer arrived on the scene and took up the chase.
abandon, give up Exhausted and hungry, the hunters finally gave up the chase.
join (in) Several children joined in the chase.
PREP. in ~ (of) She ran in chase of the pram.
PHRASES the thrill of the chase What did he really want? Was it just the thrill of the chase?

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

chase
̈ɪtʃeɪs
See: give chase , go chase oneself , lead a merry chase

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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