Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

gonić in English:

1. chase chase


Harrison's men continued to chase the enemy.
Last night, I took part in an illegal car chase. The police dogs are trained to chase the criminals.
What's your favorite movie with a car chase?
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Let's chase out corrupt politicians!
We all knew that Bob was on a wild-goose chase after Marge, because she was already happily engaged.
The patrol car pursued a speeding sports car, but it all ended in a wild-goose chase.
If it's an aggressive strange salesman, then call me right away. I'll chase him off.
My little sister and I used to play tag a lot. We would chase each other, and the one chasing would try to tag the one being chased and yell: "You're it!"
If I saw a mouse in my romm, I would chase it.
Our dog chased the neighbour’s cat round and round the garden until the cat managed to get into a tree.
Im gonna cut right to the chase
Men chased Texas church shooting suspect
He even tried sleeping in a garden, but was chased away by a dog.
Twelve boxers chase Victor across the big Sylter dike.

English word "gonić"(chase) occurs in sets:

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2. chasing


He's always chasing girls.
The shopkeeper was tired of chasing his debtors so from then on he demanded payment in full.
Pac-Man, when a certain condition is reached, can counter attack and eat the monsters chasing him.
My little sister and I used to play tag a lot. We would chase each other, and the one chasing would try to tag the one being chased and yell: "You're it!"
You're beautiful and intelligent, how is it possible that no man is chasing after you?

English word "gonić"(chasing) occurs in sets:

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3. run after


The dog run after the burglar

English word "gonić"(run after) occurs in sets:

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4. pursue


Many women pursue higher education and careers, thus delaying marriage and childbirth.
Are you being pursued?
So many goals? Which goals to pursue first?
They are typically employed by an office of the government, with safeguards in place to ensure such an office can successfully pursue the prosecution of government officials.
1. pursue an activity, interest, goal, dream or plan; 2. pursue the thief, pursue by car
Political programmes in 2003 must pursue this priority more strenuously than in 2002.
It is important to think over what you will do, to pursue your studies economically, and effectively.
Other gentleman came and said we need to pursue him.
If you pursue your dreams then you will surely achieve a few.
In the pride of the wicked the poor is hotly pursued; Let them be taken in the devices that they have conceived.
Pursue is defined as to follow or chase, to continue with or to try to get someone or something. An example of pursue is taking classes to get ahead in your career.
To pursue a goal of pleasing everyone is a recipe for failure.
pursue one's interest in biology
Even after she got married and had children, she still found time to pursue her interest in archeology.
I want to pursue my research despite a low budget.