pursue


pursue
1) стремиться, добиваться, заниматься, намереваться, проявлять интерес

1. Readers were skeptical of the Pentagon's secret program that relied on psychics's to pursue information (Time). — ...секретной программе Пентагона, направленной на получение информации при помощи экстрасенсов.

2. He used to be a self-described yuppie, more interested in acquiring houses and cars than in pursuing causes (Time). — ...больше интересовало приобретение домов и машин, чем любое проявление общественной активности.

3. The two rival groups that are likely to emerge within China's Communist Party... will both pursue the claim to Taiwan (Economist). — ...будут добиваться удовлетворения своих претензий на Тайвань.

4. Scholarly historians pursue rigorous canons of scientific evidence. — Серьезные историки придерживаются самых строгих научных критериев доказательности (проверки достоверности фактов).

Syn:
attend; aspire to; be intent on; contend for; aim for; have in mind; address; proceed; practice; engage in; undertake
2) преследовать (см. тж hot pursuit)

Violators will be prosecuted to the fall extent of the law. — Нарушители будут строго/без всякого снисхождения преследоваться в судебном порядке.

Syn:
persecute, prosecute

The English annotation is below. (English-Russian). 2003.

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