This page is about the phrasal verb run after.
Meaning: If you run after someone, you chase them and try to catch up with them by running.Synonym: chase, pursue (formal)
- run after sth/sb I wish my dog wouldn't run after cars. He nearly got hit by one today.
- run after sth/sb After the thief grabbed my wife's handbag, I ran after him but he got away. He was really fast.
If you run after someone, you're trying to
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Contributor: Matt Errey