pursuit en Vietnamita

Pronunciación
n. sự theo, sự đuổi, sự đi tìm hạnh phúc, theo đuổi công việc

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“You, sir!” cried Fix, coming up. “You, go alone in pursuit of the Indians?!”
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In another moment, Alice was in pursuit of it: going down into the earth, without considering how she could come back out.
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What course should he take? He was tempted to make his way across the vast white plains in pursuit of this Fogg!
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As we travelled across the land with Caesar in hot pursuit, we burned our crops and villages to the ground.
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For him there was no alternative except to take flight; and with all the young foxes in hot pursuit, he rushed away from Kullaberg.
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He rushed out as if in pursuit.
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Smirre was already a long way off in pursuit of the wild geese.
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"You may as well give this pursuit up first as last," he said to himself.
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And as we’ve been reminded by Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, our free nations cannot be complacent in pursuit of the vision we share -- a Europe that is whole and free and at peace.
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From mail service to counter narcotics to oil spill mitigation, we owe our people a diplomatic relationship that allows an effective pursuit of their interests.
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Sinónimos

the act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture: tracking, shadowing, move, tailing, stalking, motion, stalk, pursual, following, chase, trailing, movement
a search for an alternative that meets cognitive criteria: wild-goose chase, search, quest, pursuance
a diversion that occupies one's time and thoughts (usually pleasantly): recreation, sideline, spare-time activity, by-line, avocation, diversion, pastime, interest, hobby
an auxiliary activity: sideline, speleology, spare-time activity, by-line, avocation, pastime, interest, hobby, spelaeology


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