to pursue (a line of thought): poursuivre, suivre (un raisonnement)
The police are still pursuing the suspect. La police poursuit toujours le suspect.
We should pursue this new policy that Susie has proposed. Nous devrions suivre cette nouvelle politique que nous propose Susie.
to pursue a career faire carrière
- "I'm leaving to pursue my love of whisky full time."
- "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."
- "I hereby resign from my position as intern, effective immediately, in order to pursue a new career as ...................................."
- "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."
- "My goal is to pursue a career in the customer service field, specifically in management."
- "I've 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..."
- "Bruno (Mitch) : I've decided to give up my position as lifeguard of this beach to pursue a musical career."
- "Please find below the project that I intend to pursue."
- "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."
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