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catch up

verb as in embrangle

verb as in grip

verb as in mesmerize

verb as in spellbind

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Example Sentences

With Rick, I think the culture just lags behind great artists much of the time, and it takes time for it to catch up.

Thus the realm of control and regulations today suddenly finds itself playing catch up with creation and technology.

When I returned in October, the U.S. government and WHO were all trying to catch up.

Nat Hentoff explains why we're still playing catch up with this musical genius.

She used her time off work to run errands and catch up with friends.

We nearly played our horses out galloping around looking for you—after we'd gone a mile or so, and you didn't catch up.

He made no reply, but tried to catch up a group of officers who were moving on, very far in front of him.

Well, that's enough; but physics had come a long way since the classes I cut at Old Ugly, and there was a lot to catch up on.

I kept right busy over the indexes after Mr. Van Britt went away, just to give the boss a little chance to catch up with himself.

He tossed Boggs into the airlock and waited for the others to catch up.


On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to catch up, such as: come, contact, match, meet, near, and reach.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.