English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to pursue (a line of thought): to follow, to track, to continue, to carry on (a line of thought)
The police are still pursuing the suspect. They have been following his car for the last 4 hours and hope to catch him soon.
We should pursue this new policy that Susie has proposed. I think it will be great when we implement it.
to pursue a career to work at a job
- "Depending on your views, we'll decide whether or not to pursue these ideas and invest in a full-scale campaign, in conjunction with the R & D department."
- "Marlene : If you come with me, we can pursue my dream of performing stand-up comedy."
- "Philip seems very satisfied with his training, so now I urge each of you to pursue a training program which will be beneficial not only to you, but the company as well."
- "Please find below the project that I intend to pursue."
- "Anyway, I really appreciate the opportunity to pursue this type of unorthodox training at the company's expense, and I heartily recommend to the rest of the staff to follow through and do something similar."
- "Bruno (Mitch) : I've decided to give up my position as lifeguard of this beach to pursue a musical career."
- "I hereby resign from my position as intern, effective immediately, in order to pursue a new career as ."
- "I'm leaving to pursue my love of whisky full time."
- "I have made a decision, however, and rather than follow in my grandfather's footsteps, and live his dream, I've decided to pursue my own dream. Ladies and gentleman, I've decided to become."
- "My goal is to pursue a career in the customer service field, specifically in management."
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