chase

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} takip etmek
{f} peşinde olmak
kovalamak

Sami kovalamaktan vazgeçti. - Sami gave up the chase.

Bir rüzgar esintisi Curdken'in şapkasını uçurdu, ve o onu tepe ve vadinin üzerinde kovalamak zorunda kaldı. - A gust of wind blew Curdken's hat away, and he had to chase it over hill and dale.

takip

Genç kız yaşlı adam tarafından takip edildi. - The young girl was chased by the old man.

O bir koyote tarafından takip ediliyor. - She is being chased by a coyote.

{i} kovalama

Bu kedi sıçanları kovalamaz. - This cat doesn't chase rats.

Harrison'nun adamları düşmanı kovalamaya devam etti. - Harrison's men continued to chase the enemy.

{i} av
{i} iz sürme
{i} dizilmiş harfleri tutan demir çerçeve
{i} yiv
{i} avlanma bölgesi
{f} izlemek
{i} oluk
avlamak
oyunlu
(Otomotiv) hasarlı dişlerin tamiri
peşine düşme
koşuşturmak
kovmak
peşine düşmek
{f} takip et
namlu/delik/takip/av
avlanabilinen alan
kovalanan herhangi bi
{f} oymak
{f} kabartma işlemek
{f} zıvana açmak
chase süsle/kov/takip et
{f} hızla geçip gitmek
kabartma işleri yapmak
{f} hakketmek
harflerin muhafazasında kullanılan demir çerçeve
oluk açmak
kanal
izleme
oyuk
defetmek
kovalak
kovala
chase rainbows
at koşturmak
chase mortise
oyma zıvana
chase after
arkasından kovalamak
chase down
Bkz. chase
chase off
off kovalamak
chase shadows
(deyim) Olmayacak bir şeyin peşinde koşmak
chase up
kadar kovalamak
chase.
kovalıyor
chase mortise
gömme zıvana
chase spawner
(Denizbilim) tacizen yumurtlayıcı
chasing
{i} takip etme
chasing
avcılık
chase away
kovmak
chasing
{i} takip

Onların hepsi onu takip ediyor. - They're all chasing him.

Takip ettiğimiz adamlar silahlı ve oldukça tehlikeli farz edilmektedir. - The men we're chasing are presumed armed and extremely dangerous.

chasing
diş açma
give chase
izlemek
wild goose chase
boşa kürek çekme
fox chase
tilki avı
give chase
peşine düşmek
give chase to
kovalamak
cut the chase
Kısa kesmek, sadede gelmek

Listen I'll cut right to the chase.

cut the chase
kovalamak kesme
cut to the chase
Kısa kesip sadede gelmek. "George, please, cut to the chase. We're tired of the story already."
cut to the chase
(deyim) Sadede gelmek, lafı uzatmamak
go chase yourself
Kendinizi kovalamak gitmek
go on a wild goose chase
(deyim) Olmayacak bir şeyin peşinden koşmak
go on a wild goose chase
vahşi bir kaz takip devam
lead s.o. a dance/lead s.o. a chase
(merry) " birini çok uğraştırmak; birini çok zahmete sokmak; birini çok yormak
let's cut to the chase
(deyim) Sadede gelelim! Uzun lafın kısası
margaret chase smith
margaret takip smith
police chase.
polis kovalıyor
wild goose chase
zaman kaybı

looking for a perfect job is a wild goose chase.

wild goose chase
(deyim) Boşa kürek çekme, boşa uğraşma
wild-goose chase
olmayacak şeyin peşinden koşma
eager chase
(deyim) sıkı takip
give chase
kovalamak
give chase
takip etmek
give chase
(av köpeği) avın kokusunu alıp peşine düşmek
give chase
kovalamaya başlamak
the chase
avcılık
wild goose chase
olmayacak şeyin peşinden koşma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A male given name of modern usage, transferred from the surname
A surname from a Middle English nickname for a hunter
A hunt
Any of the guns that fire directly ahead or astern; either a bow chase or stern chase
To groove; indent
To cut (the thread of a screw)
The cavity of a mold
A rectangular steel or iron frame into which pages or columns of type are locked for printing or plate making
A trench or channel for drainpipes or wiring
To produce enough offense to cause the pitcher to be removed

The rally chased the starter.

Anything being chased, especially a vessel in time of war
To swing at a pitch outside of the strike zone, typically an outside pitch

Jones chases one out of the zone for strike two.

To attempt to win by scoring the required number of runs in the final innings

Australia will be chasing 217 for victory on the final day.

The action of the verb "to chase"
A large country estate where game may be shot or hunted
To pursue a vessel in order to destroy, capture or interrogate her
To hunt
To decorate (metal) by engraving or embossing
The part of a gun in front of the trunnions
To pursue, to follow at speed
A groove cut in an object; a slot: the chase for the quarrel on a crossbow
{n} a hunting, hunt, pursuit, whole length of a gun, station for beasts larger than a park, a vessel pursued, a printer's frame
{v} to hunt, pursue, drive, enchase, cut
of modern usage, from the surname Chase,a Middle English nickname for a hunter
(old) Frame of steel, or cast or wrought iron, in which images are locked up for printing
a frame with a means of mesh attachment designed to hold tensioned screen mesh, usually made of tubular or channel aluminum, but can also be made from steel and wood
A wood frame jutting from an outside wall which supports a prefabricated chimney A prefabricated fireplace is often enclosed
The tapering portion of the barrel forward of the reinforce; traditionally terminates at the chase ring, a decorative molding found chiefly on the six-pounder during the Civil War period
a frame used for locking cutting forms in place
When you're behind, you can either choose not to contend the pot (i e , check and fold as appropriate), try to steal it, or stick around, hoping you'll improve enough to win To stay in a pot, with the sole hope of making a particular hand (e g , chasing a flush) Usually chasing implies poor pot odds
To ornament (a surface of metal) by embossing, cutting away parts, and the like
Rectangular frame used to lock lines of metal type into position in letterpress use
Chase controllers provide automatic sequential switching of lighting fixtures This is what produces the flashing of colored lights within most simple dance floor lighting systems Controllers may feature selectable patterns, variable speed, and an audio input to trigger the chase steps in sync with music
A metal frame which holds dies together under pressure
If you give chase, you run after someone or follow them quickly in order to catch them. Other officers gave chase but the killers escaped
If someone chases someone that they are attracted to, or chases after them, they try hard to persuade them to have a sexual relationship with them. I'm not very good at flirting or chasing women `I was always chasing after unsuitable men,' she says. Chase is also a noun. The chase is always much more exciting than the conquest anyway
Vehement pursuit for the purpose of killing or capturing, as of an enemy, or game; an earnest seeking after any object greatly desired; the act or habit of hunting; a hunt
A small closed off space accommodating plumbing and other utilities chair rail - A moulding running around the walls of a room at chair back height
The part of a cannon from the reënforce or the trunnions to the swell of the muzzle
A framed enclosed space around a flue pipe or a channel in a wall, or through a ceiling for something to lie in or pass through
In lighting, the sequential flashing of specific circuits and fixtures
If you chase someone, or chase after them, you run after them or follow them quickly in order to catch or reach them. She chased the thief for 100 yards He said nothing to waiting journalists, who chased after him as he left. = pursue Chase is also a noun. He was reluctant to give up the chase Police said he was arrested without a struggle after a car chase through the streets of Biarritz. = pursuit
To attempt to score the required number of runs to win
(A) A rectangular metal frame in which type and plates are backed up for letterpress printing (B) A metal frame which holds dies together under pressure
A groove, or channel, as in the face of a wall; a trench, as for the reception of drain tile
cut a groove into; "chase silver" go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit" pursue someone sexually or romantically
also referred to as the "recovery"; the process by which the aerostat is tracked during flight and retrieved afterwards by crew on the ground or in another craft (like a boat)
1) The illusion of movement in neon tubes or incandescent bulbs created by turning the light sources on and off in sequence Chasing is more closely related to animated signs than to flashing It is achieved by using a "chaser", and electrical component which can be programmed to provide the on and off sequence 2) To decorate metal, typically by engraving or cutting
a metal frame in which metal type and engraved blocks are locked to make a page
To chase someone from a job or a position or from power means to force them to leave it. His single-minded pursuit of European union helped chase Mrs Thatcher from power
The pursuit, usually by a group of riders, of another group that's farther ahead, often one engaged in a breakaway
also referred to as the "recovery" or more frequently "retrieve"; the process by which the aerostat is tracked during flight and retrieved afterwards by crew on the ground or in another craft (like a boat)
The portion of the barrel between the reinforce(s) and the muzzle This was the thinnest portion of the gun barrel, since powder pressure was lower here than at the breech
An open hunting ground to which game resorts, and which is private properly, thus differing from a forest, which is not private property, and from a park, which is inclosed
A kind of joint by which an overlap joint is changed to a flush joint, by means of a gradually deepening rabbet, as at the ends of clinker-built boats
the act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture; "the culprit started to run and the cop took off in pursuit"
A tunnel or opening through a wall or floor for pipes, ducts and wires
To pursue for the purpose of killing or taking, as an enemy, or game; to hunt
To follow a linked list, queue, or other software-defined path For example, when a file system encounters a symbolic-link file within the specification of a path, it "chases the symbolic link" to redirect operations to the destination file See also Symbolic link
A figure where one partner pursues the other
{i} hunt; area used for hunting; groove; gunbarrel
a rectangular frame (of wood in the earlier period, of iron in the later) Made in pairs, they enclosed the formes, and with the use of wooden furniture and quoins locked in the type
A division of the floor of a gallery, marked by a figure or otherwise; the spot where a ball falls, and between which and the dedans the adversary must drive his ball in order to gain a point
That which is pursued or hunted
If someone chases you from a place, they force you to leave by using threats or violence. Many farmers will then chase you off their land quite aggressively Angry demonstrators chased him away
A rectangular iron frame in which pages or columns of type are imposed
If you chase somewhere, you run or rush there. They chased down the stairs into the narrow, dirty street. = race, dash see also wild goose chase
To cut, so as to make a screw thread
cut a furrow into a columns
To give chase; to hunt; as, to chase around after a doctor
chase a rainbow
to pursue something illusory, impractical, or impossible
chase after
to pursue someone with romantic intentions; to woo
chase after
to chase someone
chase down
to pursue and apprehend someone or something
chase down
to investigate the cause of something
chase gun
A gun moved temporarily from its normal broadside position to fire through the chase ports in the bow or stern of a ship
chase guns
plural form of chase gun
chase plane
An aircraft that flies alongside another, to advise or photograph it while experimental flights are being carried out
chase port
a hole cut in the bow of a ship through which a chase gun could fire directly ahead
chase tail
Be on hunt for a (mostly sexual) partner

Let's go out clubbing tonight and chase some tail.

chase up
follow up
Chase-devil
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) St John's wort is the plant species Hypericum perforatum, and is also known as Tipton's Weed, Chase-devil, or Klamath weed
Chase Manhattan
{i} leading American commercial bank (headquartered in New York)
Chase Manhattan Corp
Former U.S. holding company incorporated in 1969 with the Chase Manhattan Bank as its main subsidiary. The bank itself was created in 1955 by the merger of the Bank of Manhattan Co. (founded 1799) and the Chase National Bank (founded 1877). The creation of Chase Manhattan was part of a general movement in U.S. banking to establish holding companies that could bring together banks and financial institutions ordinarily excluded by law from the field of banking. In 1996 it merged with Chemical Banking Corp. (which then owned the nation's second largest bank) but kept the Chase Manhattan name. A merger with investment bank J.P. Morgan & Co. in 2000 created J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. See also David Rockefeller
chase after
pursue, seek, run after
chase away
force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings; "Drive away potential burglars"; "drive away bad thoughts"; "dispel doubts"; "The supermarket had to turn back many disappointed customers
chase away
If someone or something chases away worries, fears, or other bad feelings, they cause those feelings to change and become happier. Ellery's return will help to chase away some of the gloom = get rid of
chase down
If you chase someone down, you run after them or follow them quickly and catch them. Ness chased the thief down and held him until police arrived For thousands of years chasing down game was the main activity in which humans were involved
chase down
If you chase someone or something down, you manage to find them after searching for them. That's when I chased her down to be the singer in my band Bank officials argued that it is not their job to chase down every asset of every bank debtor. = track down
chase up
If you chase someone up, you look for them and find them because you want them to do something or give you something. the story of a man who comes to Hollywood to chase up a client who has defaulted on a debt. = track down
chase up
If you chase up something that is needed or needs dealing with, you find it or find out what is being done about it. When I didn't hear from the suppliers or receive a refund, I chased the matter up The authority can chase up the source of the pollution and demand that the owner clean it up
Chevy Chase
(born 1942 as Cornelius Crane Chase), American comedian and movie actor, former cast member of the television series "Saturday Night Live
car chase
A normally high-speed chase between two or more cars, normally between the police and an offender
car-chase
Attributive form of car chase

car-chase scene.

cut to the chase
To get to the point; to get on with it; to state something directly

We don't have much time here. Could you cut to the chase?.

diagram chase
A proof in stages, each of which, in general, depends on the previous stages and can be visualized by means of a diagram of morphisms

To prove the five lemma, just use a diagram chase.

give chase
To chase or pursue a person

After the robbery, the police gave chase but didn't catch the suspect.

go chase yourself
go away (and stop bothering me)

This is what I was trying to get at last night. Before you told me to chase myself.....

kiss chase
A children's game similar to tag, the object being for the person who is "it" to catch and kiss another of the participants, who then subsequently becomes "it"
run chase
the situation in which the side batting last need to score a certain number of runs to win; the effort made by such a side to win
wild goose chase
Alternative spelling of wild-goose chase
wild-goose chase
A task whose execution is inordinately complex relative to the value of the outcome

Diagnosing this software application's problems is a wild-goose chase because it is built in an environment that has poor debugging tools.

wild-goose chase
A futile search, a fruitless errand; a useless and often lengthy pursuit

I went on a wild-goose chase all over the town looking for that adapter until I discovered they no longer make them.

chased
{a} pursued, driven, adorned, enchased
chasing
(Oyunlar) Tag (also known as it, had, he, tips, tig, touch, tiggy, tick, dobby, chasing, chasemaster, chasey and other names) is an informal playground game that usually involves two or more players attempting to "tag" other players by touching them with an object, usually their hands. Played throughout the world, tag is inherently simple — most forms require neither teams, nor scores, nor sports equipment such as balls — but it may be made more complex with various rule modifications. Both of these aspects make tag a popular game amongst children, and it is often played in informal areas such as playgrounds or backyards
cut the chase
(deyim) Get to the point
cut to the chase
(deyim) "Let's cut to to the chase." is a phrase which means "Let's get straight to the issue, without wasting anymore time"
cut to the chase
(deyim) "Let's cut to to the chase." is a phrase which means "Let's get straight to the issue, without wasting any more time"
let's cut to the chase
(deyim) "Let's cut to to the chase." is a phrase which means "Let's get straight to the issue, without wasting any more time"
wild goose chase
(deyim) A waste of time, a long chase without result
wild goose chase
(deyim) 1. (figuratively) A futile search, a fruitless errand; a useless and often lengthy pursuit.2. A task whose execution is inordinately complex relative to the value of the outcome

1. I went on a wild-goose chase all over the town looking for that adapter until I discovered they no longer make them. 2. Diagnosing this software application's problems is a wild-goose chase because it is built in an environment that has poor debugging.

JPMorgan Chase & Co
U.S. financial services corporation. Formed in 2000 by the merger of investment bank J.P. Morgan and consumer bank Chase Manhattan Corp., the resulting firm ranked as one of the largest financial services companies in the U.S. The company increased its holdings by purchasing Bank One in 2004
Margaret Chase Smith
orig. Margaret Madeline Chase born Dec. 14, 1897, Skowhegan, Maine, U.S. died May 29, 1995, Skowhegan U.S. politician. She served as secretary to her husband, Clyde Smith, after he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as a Republican in 1936. When he suffered a heart attack in 1940, he urged voters to elect her to the office. She became the first woman to win election to both the House (1940-49) and the Senate (1949-73). Though a staunch anticommunist, she was the first Republican senator to condemn the tactics of Joseph McCarthy, delivering a memorable "Declaration of Conscience" speech on the Senate floor in 1950. Her opinion that Pres. John F. Kennedy should use nuclear weapons against the Soviet Union prompted Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev to dub her "the devil in disguise of a woman." She retired from politics after her defeat in 1972. She received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1989
Philander Chase Knox
born May 6, 1853, Brownsville, Pa., U.S. died Oct. 12, 1921, Washington, D.C. U.S. lawyer and politician. After admission to the bar in 1875 he became a successful corporation lawyer in Pittsburgh. As legal counsel for the Carnegie Steel Company, he helped organize the United States Steel Corp. (1900-01). Appointed attorney general by Pres. Theodore Roosevelt in 1901, he initiated several suits under the Sherman Antitrust Act. He served in the U.S. Senate from 1904 to 1909. As secretary of state (1909-13) under Pres. William H. Taft, he helped develop the foreign policy of expanded U.S. investment later criticized as Dollar Diplomacy. During his second term in the Senate (1917-21), he opposed the formation of the League of Nations
Salmon P Chase
born Jan. 13, 1808, Cornish Township, N.H., U.S. died May 7, 1873, New York, N.Y. U.S. antislavery leader and sixth chief justice of the U.S. (1864-73). He practiced law in Cincinnati from 1830, defending runaway slaves and white abolitionists. He led the Liberty Party in Ohio from 1841 and helped found the Free Soil Party (1848) and the Republican Party (1854). He served in the U.S. Senate (1849-55, 1860-61) and was the first Republican governor of Ohio (1855-59). He served as secretary of the treasury under Pres. Abraham Lincoln (1861-64). Appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States by Lincoln, he presided over the impeachment trial of Pres. Andrew Johnson and tried to protect the rights of blacks from infringement by state action
Salmon Portland Chase
born Jan. 13, 1808, Cornish Township, N.H., U.S. died May 7, 1873, New York, N.Y. U.S. antislavery leader and sixth chief justice of the U.S. (1864-73). He practiced law in Cincinnati from 1830, defending runaway slaves and white abolitionists. He led the Liberty Party in Ohio from 1841 and helped found the Free Soil Party (1848) and the Republican Party (1854). He served in the U.S. Senate (1849-55, 1860-61) and was the first Republican governor of Ohio (1855-59). He served as secretary of the treasury under Pres. Abraham Lincoln (1861-64). Appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States by Lincoln, he presided over the impeachment trial of Pres. Andrew Johnson and tried to protect the rights of blacks from infringement by state action
Samuel Chase
born April 17, 1741, Princess Anne, Md. died June 19, 1811, Washington, D.C. U.S. jurist. He was a member of the Maryland assembly (1764-84). An ardent patriot, he helped lead the Sons of Liberty in violent resistance against the Stamp Act. He served on the state Committee of Correspondence (1774), was elected to the Continental Congress, and signed the Declaration of Independence. When Alexander Hamilton exposed his attempt to corner the flour market (1778), Chase retired from Congress, only to return in 1784. He served as chief judge of the Maryland General Court from 1791 to 1796, when Pres. George Washington appointed him to the Supreme Court of the United States. Chase upheld the primacy of U.S. treaties over state statutes in Ware v. Hylton. In Calder v. Bull (1798) he contributed to the definition of due process. At the instigation of Pres. Thomas Jefferson, Chase was impeached for partisan conduct in 1804. His acquittal established the principle that federal judges can be removed only for indictable criminal acts, thus strengthening the independence of the judiciary. Chase served until 1811
William Merritt Chase
born Nov. 1, 1849, Williamsburg, Ind., U.S. died Oct. 25, 1916, New York, N.Y U.S. painter and teacher. He studied in New York and for six years in Munich. Chase became the most important U.S. art teacher of his generation, first at New York's Art Students League and later at his own school, founded in 1896. His teachings, particularly his advocacy of fresh colour and bravura technique, greatly influenced the course of early 20th-century U.S. painting; among his students were Georgia O'Keeffe and Charles Demuth. As a painter, he was very prolific; his 2,000 paintings include portraits, interiors (e.g., In the Studio, 1880-83), figure studies, still lifes, and landscapes characterized by bold, spontaneous brushwork
chased
Simple past and past participle of chase
chased
a person who is being chased; "the film jumped back and forth from the pursuer to the pursued"
chases
plural of chase
chasing
Process of engraving or embossing to decorate a toy or bank
chasing
decorative patterns impressed in to hard plastic pens Also referred to as a "chased" design
chasing
decoration of a metallic object's surface in relief (high or low) by using punches to create patterns No metal is removed using this process There are three basic kinds of chasing: 1) embossed/repoussé chasing: punched decoration from the back of the object is further defined by punchwork from the front; 2) flat/surface chasing: used to achieve designs in low relief; 3) cast chasing: usually used to refine the decorative outline of cast objects
chasing
A method of decorating silver and other metals by creating a raised pattern using a hammer or punch Also known as embossing
chasing
Hand decoration accomplished by small tools and punches which are driven into the metal by means of delicate hammer taps When flowers, scrolls, etc , are simply impressed into flat surfaces it is called Flat Chasing when the ornamentation is brought up in high relief by driving out the metal from the inside and then modeled back into detailed form it is called Repousse Chasing
chasing
- The decoration of silver by the use of punches, removing no silver in the process
chasing
A surface embellishment technique applied to the front of a form Chasing punches are commonly used to refine or delineate the front of cast or repousse decorated work
chasing
The art of ornamenting metal by means of chasing tools; also, a piece of ornamental work produced in this way
chasing
> The surface modeling of metal, using a blunt 'chaser' and a hammer, to create decorative patterns in relief (unlike engraving)
chasing
A form of decoration where by the surface of an object is incised using a sharp tool
chasing
1) A technique of ornamenting a metal surface by the use of various tools 2) The procedure used to finish a raw bronze cast
chasing
present participle of chase
chasing
decoration in high or low relief, achieved by punches which push the surface into patterns
chasing
The pursuit of the bird in an uncontrolled manner
chasing
decorating in high or low relief, achieved by the use of tools which push the surface of the metal into patterns In chasing, no metal is removed
chasing
{i} pursuing, following, running after
chasing
the art of ornamenting metal with individual strokes of a hammer on chasing tools or punches
chasing
A method used by forgers to create a mint mark on a coin It involves heating the surfaces and moving the metal to form the mint mark
gave chase
pursued, ran after, hunted, put to flight
give chase
go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
in chase of
in pursuit of, running after
long chase
chase that went on for a long time
paper chase
an outdoor game; the hares start off on a long run scattering bits of paper (the scent) and the hounds try to catch them before they reach a designated spot
paper chase
an official process that prevents you from doing something quickly because it involves writing or reading a lot of documents bureaucracy, red tape red tape
police chase
operation whereby the police run or drive after fugitives or someone fleeing the scene of a crime
rainbow chase
pursuit of the impossible
short chase
pursuit which does not take a long time
wild goose chase
If you are on a wild goose chase, you waste a lot of time searching for something that you have little chance of finding, because you have been given incorrect information. Harry wondered if Potts had deliberately sent him on a wild goose chase. a situation where you are looking for something that does not exist or that you are very unlikely to find, so that you waste a lot of time
wild goose chase
pursuit of something which is extremely unlikely to be attained, searching in vain
wild-goose chase
the fruitless pursuit of something unattainable
chase
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