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go afterphrasal verb

  • ja~を追い求める
  • ento try to get someone or something

Examples

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You need The Fear.
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The Fear?
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He’s right.
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If you quit this job, you then have motivation to go after a job you really want.
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So, when you got the role of the Genie,
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were you like— did you know this was happening?
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- Did you go after it? - Well, no. The first thing—
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So, they called and they say,
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"Hey, we want you to play the Genie.
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We're doing a live-action version of Aladdin."
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And I was like, "Nah, man."
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No, Robin Williams smashed that thing, you know?
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And you have to be careful stepping into, you know, projects like that.
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Proctor's got too much juice here.
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You can't go after a man like that head-on and not expect some major blow back.
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Most people are happy with 1 psychopath after them.
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You really want 2?
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I'll take my chances.
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This right here works because visuals, voice, story, and I feel it.
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I'm feeling it, not just watching it, but I feel that this is real.
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I think artists like that have a chance to have some longevity if they
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don't just go after the money, you know.
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Right now, he seems like the best one so far.
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It was a complicated situation to begin with, and getting over that might take a while.
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But if it was still a thing, if it was still in your head,
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that would have been disrespectful.
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And that would have made me literally beat your ass.
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Baby, for sure.
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If you were to ever to actively go after my husband,
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I would destroy your life.
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What do you wanna say to the guys who made this fake video if they were watching?
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Good job! You tricked a lot of people.
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- Round of applause. - At first I thought you sucked.
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And now, I think you're pretty awesome.
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Hunters may go after the eagles now because of your video.
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People could kill the eagles and then you're gonna go to jail.

Other meanings for go after...

go afterphrasal verb

  • ja~の後を追う
  • ento chase after or follow somebody
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Normally, I'd say we'd report this to Internal Affairs.
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- And twirl back. - But Hawkins is one of the most revered detectives in the NYPD.
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- And hula hands. - If you're gonna go after her, you'd better have the proof to back it up.
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Well, then I guess that only leaves us one option.
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And now wag those tails.
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Find out everything we can about the squad.
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And take her down from the inside.
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- Keep wagging back there. - I am wagging, Brenda.
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The Eueumort!
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Come on, we got to go after it.
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If you wanna catch a monster, you need bait.
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Can't catch a monster without a net.
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What's that for?
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Nothing really, I just think it looks neat.
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Now let's go get that monster.
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Yeah!
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I mean, it's all my fault.
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And you know why?
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Because I make very bad decisions.
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Oh, that's not true.
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Yes, it is.
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It is true.
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I went after Ross in stupid London.
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London is stupid. Stupid.
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Clean up hitter!
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Clean up, Sir Nick!
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Oh my goodness, look at that.
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Oh, wow, the one with the wings looks pretty mean.
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Go after him.
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Hippogriff dead.
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Have you ever had to capture an animal?
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I have captured animals before.
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But by accident. Well, not by accident.
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I was told to go cover the back part of a house and just make sure nobody ran out of it
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'cause they were going after the guy that they knew was inside.