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Sentence count:223+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-04-02Updated:2017-04-02
Similar words: catch up withcatchcatchercatch oncatchescatch-allcatch firetouch upMeaning: v. 1. reach the point where one should be after a delay 2. learn belatedly; find out about something after it happened. 
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1) You walk on and I'll catch up with you later.
2) I ran after her and managed to catch up with her.
3) I have to catch up on my sleep.
4) He loves to catch up on the news after a trip abroad.
5) Old age and infirmity had begun to catch up with him.
6) Go on ahead. I'll catch up with you.
7) Will Western industry ever catch up with Japanese innovations?
8) I need to catch up on my office work.
9) You'll have to work harder to catch up with the top students in your class.
10) The late nights were beginning to catch up with her.
11) He just wants to rest and catch up with old friends.
12) Drinking will catch up with you.
13) Come over for a chat so we can catch up on each other's news.
14) There's still time to catch up with them.
15) I stopped and waited for her to catch up.
16) It took six years for the law to catch up with them.
17) He quickened his pace to catch up with them.
18) I want to catch up with all your news.
19) I have to catch up on my work so I can't come out.
20) She plans to return to Dublin to catch up with the relatives she has not seen since she married.
21) Summer is the perfect time to catch up on the new books you meant to read.
22) The dream was always running ahead of me. To catch up, to live for a moment in unison with it,[http://sentencedict.com/catch up.html] that was the miracle.
23) Like many in Russia, she blamed the country'sfailings on futile attempts to catch up with the West.
24) It has set us back in so many respects that I'm not sure how long it will take for us to catch up.
25) I ran as fast as I could, but I couldn't catch up with him.
26) He started working hard much too late in the day-he couldn't possibly catch up.
27) She couldn't go to school for a few weeks because of illness, but she'll be able to catch up quickly.
28) After missing a term through illness he had to work hard to catch up .
29) John began the season better than me but I have fought to catch up.
30) She was walking so fast I had to run to catch up .
More similar words: catch up withcatchcatchercatch oncatchescatch-allcatch firetouch upmatchpatchwatchlatchbatchsnatchpatchythatchsatchelscratchhatchetdispatchwatchdogwatchfulmatchingfat chancepatchworkwatch out forwatch overoverwatchmatchmakerwatchfulness
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