1. to pursue
They can use individual talents to pursue group objectives.
The ability to pursue action in court
And obtaining a work permit would allow him to pursue his dream of launching a car dealership. / Is it possible to continue this boom, and move toward energy self-sufficiency, while at the same time pursuing a meaningful climate change program?
English word "theo đuổi"(to pursue) occurs in sets:500 động từ tiếng Anh 276 - 300
It is our national conviction that politics is a dirty and dishonest pursuit.
In fact, love is the only genuinely precious thing in life; it's also the only thing worthy of pursuit.
Give up, give up your vain pursuit!
After a short pursuit, the police caught him.
Bleeding from her little finger, the nymphomaniac started a hot pursuit with the cops on a stolen raft.
We need reinforcements to continue the pursuit.
The criminal was caught after a long pursuit.
The robbers fled the scene of the crime, with the police in pursuit. The union is on strike in pursuit of (= trying to achieve) a ten percent pay increase.
There is nothing so terrible as the pursuit of art by those who have no talent.
Pursuit is the act of following something. An example of pursuit is when you chase behind someone to try to catch him.
The criminal was caught after a long pursuit. At least two people were hurt in a crash following a police pursuit in London yesterday.
Fishing is his favourite outdoor pursuit.
The pursuit of happiness. The pursuit of prestige over social good.
Happiness is not achieved by the conscious pursuit of happiness; it is generally the by-product of other activities.