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Definition of "go after" []

  • To pursue in attempt to catch another. (verb)
  • To pursue an object or a goal. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "go after" in a sentence
  • "Crawling, more technically known as creeping, happens when babies want something out of reach and go after it on hands and knees."
  • "TO MY wonderful familymy parents for always making me feel safe, secure, and loved enough to face any challenge or go after any dream; my husband for making me laugh and letting me cry when I need it and making sure that I always feel there is someone looking out for me; and my amazing little daughter Jessica for helping me to see the world more beautifully and more clearly through her eyes."
  • "Ann Dutton, who loved rum and marines, and would go after the latter to obtain the former."
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