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  • v. to pursue and apprehend someone or something.
  • v. to investigate the cause of something


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  • It was geared to chase down a terrified and fleeing morsel, to steam it into a tasty, half-cooked state, to crunch it into digestible chunks soaked in delicious blood, to swallow the delectable pieces, then to burp afterward and take a pleasant nap.

    Dragon on a Pedestal

  • I guess they disperse to chase down the underwear-free set as they hit the clubs.

    uncharted terriTORI

  • If we had choked off supplies and munitions at their entry into the theater, we would not have had to chase down individual trucks (or oxcarts or bicycles) on their way through the combat zone.

    On Yankee Station


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