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Chase in Chinese / Japanese...

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Chase

China qiè sī
Chase Vertical Wall Scroll

切斯 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Chase

Chase

Japan cheisu
Chase Vertical Wall Scroll

チェイス is the name Chase written in Katakana (phonetic Japanese).


Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana , it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

Pursue Your Dreams

Japan yume wo oi tsudukeru
Pursue Your Dreams Vertical Wall Scroll

This is the Japanese way to express "pursue your dreams," "follow your dreams," or "chase your dreams."

If you have dreams that you want to pursue and make true, this is the phrase for you.

The first character is "dream" or "dreams." The rest of the characters establish the idea of chasing or pursuing.


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.


See Also:  Pursuit of Happiness

Pursue Your Dreams

China zhuī xún mèng xiǎng
Pursue Your Dreams Vertical Wall Scroll

追尋夢想 means "pursue your dreams," "follow your dreams," or "chase your dreams" in Chinese.

The first two characters mean "to pursue," "to track down," or "to search for."

The last two mean dreams. This version of dreams refers to those with an element of reality (not the dreams you have when you sleep but rather your aspirations or goals in life).

This title will tell everyone that you want to make your dreams come true.


See Also:  Pursuit of Happiness


Not the results for chase that you were looking for?

Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your chase search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin zhuī / zhui1
Taiwan chui
Japanese sako / さこ    oisaki / おいさき
Chinese to chase after; to seek; to do one's utmost to seek or procure something; to recall; to sculpt; to carve; musical instrument (old)
Japanese (surname) Sako; (surname) Oisaki
To pursue, follow after; to follow the dead with thoughts and services; to chase

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Mandarin zhú / zhu2
Taiwan chu
Japanese chiku
Chinese to pursue; to chase; individually; one by one
To drive, urge; expel; exorcise; chase

回す

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Japanese mawasu / まわす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to turn; to rotate; to gyrate; (2) to circulate; to send around; (3) to surround; (4) to put something to a new use (e.g. leftovers); (suf,v5s) (5) ... around (e.g. to chase someone around); (6) to dial (e.g. telephone number); (Godan verb with "su" ending) (7) to invest; (8) to gang-rape

廻す

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Japanese mawasu / まわす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to turn; to rotate; to gyrate; (2) to circulate; to send around; (3) to surround; (4) to put something to a new use (e.g. leftovers); (suf,v5s) (5) ... around (e.g. to chase someone around); (6) to dial (e.g. telephone number); (Godan verb with "su" ending) (7) to invest; (8) to gang-rape

扣女

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Mandarin kòu nǚ / kou4 nu:3
Taiwan k`ou nü / kou nü
Chinese (slang) to pick up girls; to chase after girls

新藁

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Japanese shinwara / しんわら Japanese (1) new straw; straw from the current year; (2) rice seedlings boiled and dried and then tied into a woman's hair to chase evil spirits away

泡妞

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Mandarin pào niū / pao4 niu1
Taiwan p`ao niu / pao niu
Chinese to pick up girls; to play around with girls; to chase after girls

猛追

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Japanese moutsui / motsui / もうつい Japanese (noun/participle) hot chase (pursuit); hectic chase

獵艷

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Mandarin liè yàn / lie4 yan4
Taiwan lieh yen
Chinese to chase women; to express oneself in a pompous flowery style

追う

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Japanese ou / o / おう Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to chase; to run after; to pursue; (2) to follow (a set order, a trend, etc.); (3) to drive out; to oust; to expel; (4) to drive (e.g. a herd); (5) to be pressed (e.g. for time)

追打

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Mandarin zhuī dǎ / zhui1 da3
Taiwan chui ta
Japanese oiuchi / おいうち
Chinese to chase and beat
Japanese (place-name) Oiuchi

追捧

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Mandarin zhuī pěng / zhui1 peng3
Taiwan chui p`eng / chui peng
Chinese to chase after (a popular person or item); to pursue; popularity

追殺

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Mandarin zhuī shā / zhui1 sha1
Taiwan chui sha
Chinese to chase to kill

追走

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Japanese tsuisou / tsuiso / ついそう Japanese (noun/participle) chasing; chase

追趕

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Mandarin zhuī gǎn / zhui1 gan3
Taiwan chui kan
Chinese to pursue; to chase after; to accelerate; to catch up with; to overtake

追跡

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Japanese tsuiseki / ついせき Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) (1) chase; pursuit; tracking; stalking; (2) following up; tracing

追蹤

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Mandarin zhuī zōng / zhui1 zong1
Taiwan chui tsung
Japanese tsuishou / tsuisho / ついしょう
Chinese to follow a trail; to trace; to pursue
Japanese (noun/participle) (See 追跡・1) chase; pursuit; tracking; stalking

追逐

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Mandarin zhuī zhú / zhui1 zhu2
Taiwan chui chu
Chinese to chase; to pursue vigorously

逐う

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Japanese ou / o / おう Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to chase; to run after; to pursue; (2) to follow (a set order, a trend, etc.); (3) to drive out; to oust; to expel; (4) to drive (e.g. a herd); (5) to be pressed (e.g. for time)

驅趕

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Mandarin qū gǎn / qu1 gan3
Taiwan ch`ü kan / chü kan
Chinese to drive (vehicle); to drive out; to chase away; to herd (people towards a gate)

鳥追

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Japanese torioi / とりおい Japanese (1) driving off birds; (2) procession held at the New Year to chase away the birds for the year, with children singing songs as the villagers walked from house to house; (3) female street musician who wore a braided hat and carried a shamisen; (4) street entertainer who appeared on New Year's eve and performed with a fan; (place-name) Torioi

冬至粥

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Japanese toujigayu / tojigayu / とうじがゆ Japanese azuki bean rice gruel eaten on the day of the winter solstice (to chase away demons that spread contagious diseases)

拍婆子

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Mandarin pāi pó zi / pai1 po2 zi5
Taiwan p`ai p`o tzu / pai po tzu
Chinese to chase girls; to hang around with girls

散じる

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Japanese sanjiru / さんじる Japanese (Ichidan verb) (1) to scatter; to disperse; (2) to spend on; to squander (e.g. one's fortune); (3) to chase away (e.g. one's worries); to kill (pain)

散ずる

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Japanese sanzuru / さんずる Japanese (Ichidan verb - zuru verb) (1) to scatter; to disperse; (2) to spend on; to squander (e.g. one's fortune); (3) to chase away (e.g. one's worries); to kill (pain)

深追い

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Japanese fukaoi / ふかおい Japanese (noun/participle) chase too far

追回す

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Japanese oimawasu / おいまわす Japanese (transitive verb) to chase about; to hang on; to drive hard

追撃機

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Japanese tsuigekiki / ついげきき Japanese pursuit or chase plane

追逐賽

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Mandarin zhuī zhú sài / zhui1 zhu2 sai4
Taiwan chui chu sai
Chinese pursuit race; chase

鑽牛角

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Mandarin zuān niú jiǎo / zuan1 niu2 jiao3
Taiwan tsuan niu chiao
Chinese lit. honing a bull's horn; fig. to waste time on an insoluble or insignificant problem; to bash one's head against a brick wall; a wild goose chase; a blind alley; to split hairs; same as idiom 鑽牛角尖|钻牛角尖

Search for Chase in my Japanese & Chinese Dictionary


The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Chase切斯qiè sī / qie4 si1 / qie si / qiesich`ieh ssu / chiehssu / chieh ssu
Chaseチェイスcheisu
Pursue Your Dreams夢を追い続けるyume wo oi tsudukeru
yumewooitsudukeru
Pursue Your Dreams追尋夢想
追寻梦想
zhuī xún mèng xiǎng
zhui1 xun2 meng4 xiang3
zhui xun meng xiang
zhuixunmengxiang
chui hsün meng hsiang
chuihsünmenghsiang
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.



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