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hound - ... 2: (vt) hetzen, jagen;
to be hounded - gehetzt sein;
to be hounded by the press - von der Presse verfolgt sein
hound - ... 2: (v.t.) jagen; (fig.) verfolgen;
they were hounded from country to country - sie wurden von einem Land ins andere gejagt
hound - ... (v.) [trans.] harass or persecute (someone) relentlessly: 'a tenacious attorney general who had hounded Jimmy Hoffa and other labor bosses' | 'his opponents used the allegations to hound him out of office.'
pursue relentlessly: 'he led the race from start to finish but was hounded all the way by Phillips.'
harass - belästigen (u.a.)
persecute - verfolgen
to dog so. - jmdn. verfolgen
to dog sth. - etw. ständig begleiten
Last year, Sienna blasted the press for hounding her and admitted she was fed up with the media scrutinising her relationship with Jude
the actress was so shaken by relentless hounding from the paparazzi that she fled her home in Los Angeles for a while last year.
Greenpeace has the Esperanza and Arctic Sunrise ships in the Southern Ocean, hounding the whalers.
McDonnell wants Jews to take pride in a religion [Christianity] which persecuted and hounded them for centuries, and in whose name some committed the sins of the Holocaust.
We talked to crime victims. We nabbed lying politicians. We hounded state officials who treated foster kids like livestock.
New Hampshire Democrats have hounded the state's GOP representatives, Charles Bass and Jeb Bradley, to give back contributions they received from a DeLay ...
But the Government in Phnom Penh was so fearful of what his presence spelt for the country's image that it hounded him out in 2002.
meant to shield Mrs. Arroyo from the clamor for her resignation or ouster due to the scandals hounding her administration.
Last summer she was again hounded by injury, so much so that in her last UK race, in August, she limped home in ninth place.