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Difference between Come after someone and Go after someone

come after someonepursue or chase a person (in order to attack, arrest, etc.):

  • I heard the clicking noise from the street getting closer. It sounded like they were coming after me.

go after someone

1. = come after someone:

  • Half the guards went after the escaped prisoners but they got away free.

2. (coll.) make romantic advances:

  • Antonio says Luis is the only one he’d trust because Luis would never go after his girl.