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2 : to drive away or out <She chased the rabbit away.>
<The children chased the ball.> pursue is used of a long, continual chase.
In one bout the subject would be "chasing" (Lane 3) and in the other bout he/she would be "chased" (Lane 4).
Moreover, the department suspected that many of its veteran officers might resist the policy because they had chased and caught suspects for years and received few serious injuries.
Standing on the corner-that's exactly what pregnant Regina Morton was doing when she got hit and thrown by a car being chased across Chicago's South Side.
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit disapproved of the police searching for a bank robber in all of the first floor rooms and some of the second floor rooms of a hotel where they had chased him.