Translation of run after in Spanish:

run after

verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento
  • 1.1 (pursue) he went running after her salió corriendo detrás de ella or tras ella she's been runing after him for months hace meses que anda detrás de él or que lo persigue 1.2 (be a servant to) if he thinks I'm going to run (around) after him all day he's very much mistaken si cree que le voy a hacer de sirvienta todo el día, está muy equivocado
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