ddilyn, dilyn, dilynaf, dilynasech, dilynai, dilynais, dilynaist, dilynan, dilynant, dilynasai, dilynasant, dilynen, dilynasem, dilynasent, dilynasid, dilynasit, dilynasoch, dilynasom, dilynaswn, dilynech, dilyned, dilynem, dilynent, dilynoch, dilyner, dilynes, dilynest, dilynet, dilyni, dilynid, dilyniff, dilynir, dilynych, dilyno, dilyna’, dilynodd, dilynom, dilynon, dilynont, dilynwch, dilynwn, dilynwyd, dilynwyf, dilynith, ddilynasem, ddilyna’, ddilynaf, ddilynai, ddilynais, ddilynaist, ddilynan, ddilynant, ddilynasai, ddilynem, ddilynasech, ddilynych, ddilynasent, ddilynasid, ddilynasit, ddilynasoch, ddilynasom, ddilynaswn, ddilynech, ddilyned, ddilynasant, ddilyno, ddilynent, ddilyner, ddilynes, ddilynest, ddilynet, ddilyni, ddilynid, ddilyniff, ddilynwyf, ddilynith, ddilynen, ddilynoch, ddilynodd, ddilynom, ddilynon, ddilynont, ddilynwch, ddilynwn, ddilynwyd, ddilynirdilyn, hymlid, nilyn, ymlid
mynd ar drywydd
- mynd ar drywyddmynd ar drywyddmynd ar eu trywyddmynd ar drywydd
Verb(1) carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in(2) follow in or as if in pursuit(3) go in search of or hunt for(4) carry further or advance
(1) the council decided not to pursue an appeal(2) Andrew was determined to pursue a computer career(3) we shall not pursue the matter any further(4) Brown insists his doubters are wrong, and that he will pursue the path of continued reform.(5) Thus ended my career into the field of justice, and I had retired my spurs to pursue the more gentile path of gold prospecting.(6) That's why it's so critically important that we continue to pursue the war against terrorism from a global standpoint.(7) I do not believe that the University can now be criticised for refusing to depart from policy by reinstating the Applicant to pursue a new course of research under a different supervisor.(8) The stalls put up by some catering institutes and agencies for higher education abroad came in handy for those who wanted to pursue special courses.(9) Both Casim and Roisin have broken with any sort of religious orthodoxy and are merely seeking to pursue their relationship and lives unhindered by family and social pressures.(10) So you think, even though they agreed today for this dignified statement, they still continue to pursue a concept of blaming the dead?(11) For many parents, no situation is more troubling than knowing a child is continuing to pursue a sexual relationship even after the parent has forbidden it.(12) Researchers around the world continue to pursue the idea, however.(13) He also demonstrated the limits of the government and the presidency to produce social change and to pursue an activist foreign policy.(14) Indeed, before invoking the aid of his own government, the citizen of X would generally be required under the relevant treaty to pursue such a path, to exhaust local remedies.(15) It's one thing to examine the options, it is another to pursue a determined course of action to achieve a concrete result.(16) should people pursue their own happiness at the expense of others?
(1) pursue a career :: dilyn gyrfa
1. follow ::
2. strive for ::
3. chase ::
4. engage in ::
gymryd rhan mewn
5. investigate ::
6. quest for ::
7. act on ::
8. prosecute ::
1. guide ::
2. lead ::
3. pilot ::
Different Formspursue, pursued, pursues, pursuing
English to Welsh Dictionary: pursue
Meaning and definitions of pursue, translation in Welsh language for pursue with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of pursue in Welsh and in English language.
Tags for the entry "pursue"
What pursue means in Welsh, pursue meaning in Welsh, pursue definition, examples and pronunciation of pursue in Welsh language.