- v. 追求；追捕；继续执行；从事
- vt. 追捕,追击 follow, especially in order to catch, kill, or defeat.
- vt. 继续,从事,经营 continue with; be busy with
carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in;
"She pursued many activities"
"They engaged in a discussion"
follow in or as if in pursuit;
"The police car pursued the suspected attacker"
"Her bad deed followed her and haunted her dreams all her life"
go in search of or hunt for;
"pursue a hobby"
carry further or advance;
"Can you act on this matter soon?"
- Everyone has the freedom to pursue their dreams.
- The police are pursuing an escaped prisoner.
- Let's not pursue this argument.
- She wishes to pursue a medical career.
- The policemen pursued the bank robbers.
- The militiamen pursued him a good distance before they caught him.
- The hounds pursued the fox.
- He was pursuing the bear.
- Foxes, wild cats and other animals pursue the hare.
- Bad luck pursued us all through the year.
- His record as a criminal pursued him wherever he went.
- The boy pursued his father with questions.
- I don't want to pursue that question now.
- He pursued his studies after leaving school.
- I will not pursue the subject.
- He began to pursue an easy and comfortable life.
- She has pursued the goal of perfection in her art.
- He prudently pursued his plan.
- She pursued the study of French for four years.
- The country has always pursued a policy of peace.
- Daphne was pursued by Apollo and was at last changed into a laurel tree.
- The travellers were pursued by beggars.
- He has been pursued by misfortune.
- His doctorate has been pursued in Oxford University.
- pursue bear 追捕熊
- pursue the enemy 追踪敌人
- pursue fox 追赶狐狸
- pursue the path 沿着道路前进
- pursue robber 追捕抢劫犯
- pursue one's ends 达到目的
- pursue one's hobby 从事业余活动
- pursue knowledge 寻求知识
- pursue a plan 执行计划
- pursue a policy 遵循政策
- pursue one's studies 进行学习
- pursue closely 紧紧追踪
- pursue consistently 一贯奉行
- pursue doggedly 顽强地追,穷追不舍
- pursue energetically 积极地执行
- pursue relentlessly 毫不留情地追
- pursue resolutely 坚定地寻求
- pursue after 追击
Suddenly he would be..pursuing his adversary with a stone.出自： D. H. Lawrence
Disturbing ideas pursued her.出自： M. Mahy
He looked over his shoulder to see who was pursuing him.出自： F. Kaplan
- pursue, chase, follow, tag, tail, trail
- 1.follow指跟随起引导作用的人或物或遵循他人的计划; 而pursue指为达到某个目的而坚持不懈地紧跟、追赶或追求某人、某物或某种事业。跟随他人的计划时用follow,追随自己的计划时用pursue。例如:
- She has pursued the goal of perfection in her art.在艺术中,她追求完美。
- She pursued the study of French for four years.她坚持学了四年法语。
- The country has always pursued a policy of peace.该国一直奉行和平政策。
- 2.chase指迅速追赶在逃的目标以便将其抓获或赶走,而follow则指继之而来或去。tag指不断地纠缠或恼人的尾随某人; tail指紧密尾随并监视; trail指跟踪追击。例如:
- The dog chased a mouse, but could not catch it.这狗追赶老鼠,但没有捉住。
- The policeman chased the thief.警察追赶小偷。
- What are you tagging along for?You aren't invited.你怎么跟着我?又没邀请你。
- The detective tailed the thief through the crowd.侦探在人群中跟踪小偷。
- The hunter trailed the wounded buffalo through the bush.猎人穿过灌木林追猎受伤的水牛。
- 3.chase较follow, pursue更具感情色彩,除常表示不友好之外,其行动也可能是出于嬉戏或高兴。还可表示一种热切的,为满足情欲而进行的搜寻。例如:
- The boy chased his playmate around the block.那个男孩绕着街区追逐他的玩伴。
- He is the man who chased after woman all his life.他就是那个一生都在追求女人的男子。
- ☆ 13世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的pursuer，意为追捕；最初源自拉丁语的prosequi：pro (前） + sequi (追随），意为跟上，追随。
- follow 跟随
- chase 追捕
- hunt 狩猎
- trail 踪迹
- tail 后部
- track 轨道
- practice 练习
- engage in 从事
- work at 从事
- go in for 赞成
- take up 拿起
- carry out 施行
- practise 练习
- shadow 影子
- quest 探索
- heel 脚后跟
- seek 寻求
- prosecute 起诉
- woo 寻求支持
- court 法院
- undertake 承担
- after 以后
- go after 追逐
- go 去
- wage 工资
- tag 标签
- stalk 茎
- follow up on 追踪, 进一步了解...
- trace 痕迹
- engage 雇佣
- quest for 设法找到, 追求...
- act on 对…起作用
- flee 逃走
- pursuer n. 追赶者,追捕者