go after (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb go after (1).
Meaning: to chase and try to catch someone or somethingSynonym: chase, pursue
- go after sb/sth After the guy had grabbed my wife's handbag I went after him, but he was too fast and he got away.
- go after sb/sth A lion won't go after an animal unless it's pretty sure it can catch it.
The police went after the guy in the BMW because he
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Contributor: Matt Errey