Many women pursue higher education and careers, thus delaying marriage and childbirth.
Are you being pursued?
So many goals? Which goals to pursue first?
They are typically employed by an office of the government, with safeguards in place to ensure such an office can successfully pursue the prosecution of government officials.
1. pursue an activity, interest, goal, dream or plan; 2. pursue the thief, pursue by car
Political programmes in 2003 must pursue this priority more strenuously than in 2002.
It is important to think over what you will do, to pursue your studies economically, and effectively.
Other gentleman came and said we need to pursue him.
If you pursue your dreams then you will surely achieve a few.
In the pride of the wicked the poor is hotly pursued; Let them be taken in the devices that they have conceived.
Pursue is defined as to follow or chase, to continue with or to try to get someone or something. An example of pursue is taking classes to get ahead in your career.
To pursue a goal of pleasing everyone is a recipe for failure.
pursue one's interest in biology
Even after she got married and had children, she still found time to pursue her interest in archeology.
I want to pursue my research despite a low budget.
Inglés palabradążyć do czegoś"(pursue) ocurre en conjuntos:500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 400 - 425How to master your timeAngielski SzymonCzasowniki ważne 11A
2. aim at
Their application should aim at avoiding false-compliant results.
When you're taking aim at the target, try to concentrate.
Inglés palabradążyć do czegoś"(aim at) ocurre en conjuntos:wojenne konie
3. aim for
You should aim for succes.
Simply being happy in life is what I aim for.
Inglés palabradążyć do czegoś"(aim for) ocurre en conjuntos:PNJA - Science & Technology 1
4. aim at something
Inglés palabradążyć do czegoś"(aim at something) ocurre en conjuntos:Talk English 05
My aim is to learn enough English so I don't need to carry a dictionary with me when I travel.
Even when their main aim is to relax, travellers said that they enjoyed seeing the sights.
Beyond the novel, we come to works whose avowed aim is information.
No one in the village knew that the soldiers were taking aim at their village.
All of these sports and many others are dominated by the human urge to aim at something.
Granting that the aim is right, how will you carry out the plan?
Companions with the same aim, to carve out their own future, cooperate with each other.
They're some developers who aim to make a fast buck!
Our aim is that, when planning classes, we know how to select stimulating material for the students and how to put it into use.
They aimed to create products that were simple in design and could be easily mass produced. Some Bauhaus designers even tried to create an 'International Style', which would be suitable for all countries, cultures and traditions.
for/at sth / to do sth / be aimed at doing sth. - Aimed at higher efficiency or income
The government is aiming for 100% employment.
Sally hopes to get good marks because she’s aiming to go to university.
Inglés palabradążyć do czegoś"(aim) ocurre en conjuntos:culture corner
6. aim to