English version

be after somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe after somebody/somethingbe after somebody/somethinga) LOOK FORto be looking for someone or something That boy’s always in trouble – the police are after him again. ‘Were you after anything in particular?’ ‘No, we’re just looking.’ b) informalWANT to want to have something that belongs to someone else I think Chris is after my job. after
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