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- v. To pick up suddenly.
- v. To entangle.
- v. To provide with news.
- v. To be reaching something that had been ahead
- v. To compensate for or make up a deficiency.
- v. To get news
- v. To finally reach something inevitable.
- n. An act of catching up or attempting to catch up.
- n. An amount, a thing, or a receipt or repetition of information that enables one to catch up.
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As there was no time to stop for a proper funeral, Alexander left Philotas and a large contingent of soldiers behind in Aria to conduct the proper rites and catch up with the army as soon as possible.
"We played catch up the entire time," Mafrige said.
Captain Gold had been concerned that the Silgov might catch up to the ship sooner rather than later, but Araneus was still in no condition to make the spacewalk.
Upton shot between the two of thema rather close call as far as I could telland zoomed out to catch up with me.
Then the frustrated king returned to Samarkand to rest and catch up on administrative matters throughout his empire.
With two of the planes in his formation of four having aborted their flight due to engine trouble, Aldrin tried to catch up in his F-86E with a preceding formation of faster F-86Fs.
This rate was slowly devaluating at a pace that would catch up with the market rate by year-end.
Kazar and his comrade followed, having to take a few larger steps to catch up with the seething female.
Nazia hurried to catch up with Madam Qureshi, who was already clicking her way down the hall.
He is all for urging European members of O.E.CD. to take steps to free up their economies, etc., so as to catch up with our economic recovery.