The team which passes its object so that it catches up with the opponent's wins.
Well, he can have it if he catches up to us, Jerry responded.
But I think it will be some time before he catches up to us this time.
He never "catches up with you" on the street; he "catches you up."
Even Shakspeare catches up the old figure: "Is your gold and silver ewes and rams?"
He catches up a phrase which Harriet applies to her, dear flighty creature, and derisively repeats it several times.
She catches up a piece of paper, and covers all the card except the first two words.
His audience applauds, and the enraptured Quinet catches up the response like an auctioneer.
Give him a lead, and he catches up the music and carries it through as thoroughly, though not so loudly, as the first violin.
Rumour catches up the story, and adds a thousand imposing details.