Learn how to say Hunted correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word hunt:
1 [with object] pursue and kill (a wild animal) for sport or food:
in the autumn they hunted deer
British pursue (a wild animal, especially a fox or deer) on horseback using hounds:
an old dog fox who had been hunted many times before
he used to hunt
British use (a hound or a horse) for hunting:
he hunted his hounds every day
(of an animal) chase and kill (its prey):
mice are hunted by weasels and foxes
lionesses hunt in groups
2 [no object] search determinedly for someone or something:
he desperately hunted for a new job
[with object] (of the police) search for (a criminal):
the gang is being hunted by police
police are hunting for her attacker
[with object] (hunt someone down) search for and capture someone:
the killers will be hunted down
3 [no object] (of a device or system) oscillate about a desired speed, position, or state:
on weak stereo signals this circuit can hunt over mono and stereo in a very disconcerting manner
(of an aircraft or rocket) oscillate about a mean flight path.
4 [no object] (hunt down/up) (in change-ringing) move the place of a bell in a simple progression.
1an act of hunting wild animals or game:
an association of people who meet regularly to hunt, especially with hounds.
an area where hunting takes place.
police launched a hunt for the killer
3an oscillating motion about a desired speed, position, or state.
Old English huntian, of Germanic origin. Sense 4 dates from the late 17th century, and is probably based on the idea of the bells pursuing one another; it gave rise to the sense ‘oscillate about a desired speed’ (late 19th century)