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  1. catch

    • IPA[katʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      intercept and hold (something which has been thrown, propelled, or dropped);intercept the fall of (someone)
    • n.
      an act of catching something, typically a ball.;a chance or act of catching the ball to dismiss a batsman
    • noun: catch, plural noun: catches

    • verb: catch, 3rd person present: catches, gerund or present participle: catching, past tense: caught, past participle: caught

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. intercept and hold (something which has been thrown, propelled, or dropped):

      she threw the bottle into the air and caught it again

    • 2. intercept the fall of (someone):

      he fell forwards and Linda caught him

    • 3. seize or take hold of:

      he caught hold of her arm as she tried to push past him

    • 4. grasp or try to grasp:

      his hands caught at her arms as she tried to turn away

    • 5. dismiss (a batsman) by catching the ball before it touches the ground:

      I was caught on the square-leg boundary for 96

    • 6. capture (a person or animal that tries or would try to escape):

      we hadn't caught a single rabbit

    • 7. succeed in reaching a person who is ahead of one.
    • 8. unexpectedly find oneself in (an unwelcome situation):

      my sister was caught in a thunderstorm

    • 9. surprise (someone) in an incriminating situation or in the act of doing something wrong:

      he was caught with bomb-making equipment in his home

    • 10. come upon (someone) unexpectedly:

      unexpected snow caught us by surprise

    • 11. (of an object) accidentally become entangled or trapped in something:

      a button caught in her hair

    • 12. have (a part of one's body or clothing) become entangled or trapped in something:

      she caught her foot in the bedspread

      companies face increased risks of being caught in a downward spiral

    • 13. fix or fasten in place:

      her hair was caught up in a chignon

    • 14. reach in time and board (a train, bus, or aircraft):

      they caught the 12.15 from Oxford

    • 15. reach or be in a place in time to see (a person, performance, programme, etc.):

      she was hurrying downstairs to catch the news

    • 16. attend or watch (a performance):

      we'll get some burgers and catch a movie

    • 17. engage (a person's interest or imagination):

      it was the business scheme that had caught his imagination

    • 18. perceive fleetingly:

      she caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror

    • 19. hear or understand (something said), especially with effort:

      he bellowed something Jess couldn't catch

    • 20. succeed in evoking or representing:

      the programme caught something of the flavour of Minoan culture

    • 21. strike (someone) on a part of the body:

      Ben caught him on the chin with an uppercut

    • 22. accidentally strike (a part of one's body) against something:

      she fell and caught her head on the corner of the hearth

    • 23. contract (an illness) through infection or contagion:

      he served in Macedonia, where he caught malaria

    • 24. become ignited and start burning:

      the rafters have caught

    • 25. (of an engine) fire and start running:

      the generator caught immediately

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of catching something, typically a ball.
    • 2. a chance or act of catching the ball to dismiss a batsman:

      he took a brilliant catch at deep square leg

    • 3. an amount of fish caught:

      the UK's North Sea haddock catch

    • 4. a person considered desirable as a partner or spouse:

      I mistakenly thought he would be a good catch

    • 5. a game in which a ball is thrown back and forth between two or more players.
    • 6. a device for securing something such as a door, window, or box:

      the window catch was rusty

    • 7. a hidden problem or disadvantage in an apparently ideal situation:

      there's a catch in it somewhere

    • 8. an unevenness in a person's voice caused by emotion:

      there was a catch in Anne's voice

    • 9. a round, typically one with words arranged to produce a humorous effect.
    • past and past participle of catch

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    • n.
      an informal meeting or conversation in which people find out or are briefed about things that have happened since they last met or spoke:
    • it's the perfect destination for a coffee, some cake, and a catch-up
    • adj.
      relating to or denoting various services offered by television and radio broadcasters allowing users to watch or listen to recently broadcast programmes:
    • more customers are connecting their set-top boxes to the internet for catch-up TV

      the company has been responsible for changing the way we watch catch-up content and television in general

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    • n.
      an informal meeting or conversation in which people find out or are briefed about things that have happened since they last met or spoke:
    • it's the perfect destination for a coffee, some cake, and a catch-up
    • adj.
      relating to or denoting various services offered by television and radio broadcasters allowing users to watch or listen to recently broadcast programs:
    • more customers are connecting their set-top boxes to the internet for catch-up TV

      the company has been responsible for changing the way we watch catch-up content and television in general

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    • (of a practice or fashion) become popular

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    • (of a practice or fashion) become popular

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    • n. a device that prevents a gun being fired or a machine being operated accidentally.

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    • begin to burn

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    • v.
      intercept and hold (something which has been thrown, propelled, or dropped):
    • she threw the bottle into the air and caught it again
    • n.
      an act of catching something, typically a ball.

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