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EtymologyEdit

See hot pursuit

Prepositional phraseEdit

in hot pursuit

  1. pursuing someone in order to apprehend him, especially across a border
    • 2011, Colin Bateman, SOS Adventure: Tusk
      PC Winters gunned the patrol car out of the side road where they'd been parked, bored and waiting for the end of their shift, and took off in hot pursuit.