English version

go hunting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo huntinggo huntingDSOto hunt for animals, especially as a sport hunting
Examples from the Corpus
go huntingWe hunted only a few times but by the end I knew I would never go hunting again.Oh my, I think we're going hunting.The group members then went hunting for another buyer, finally persuading media giant Gannett Co. to buy their option.Just like humans, they go hunting with their blowpipes and they erect snares and traps in the jungle.And there were many who wondered why Holy Trinity had to go hunting for causes so far from home.Sumal, her sister, who was not at all beautiful, dressed like a man and loved to go hunting.Rufus told himself now was no time to go hunting for libraries, he would go home first.
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