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(1) I wonder if the game will ever catch on with young people?
(2) Eddie slipped the safety catch on his automatic back into place.
(3) The hook which he had thrown did not catch on the rocks, and dropped back to the ground.
(4) It could catch on fire easily.
(5) It's a good idea, but it'll never catch on.
(6) Fran slipped the catch on the door, then turned to say good - bye .
(7) I can't open the catch on this bracelet.
(8) The catch on my handbag is broken.
(9) Being a foreigner, he did not catch on the joke.
(10) He doesn't take hints very easily, but he'll catch on eventually.
(11) You'll catch on to the job after you've been here a while.
(12) Would you mind repeating that? I didn't quite catch on.
(13) The catch on that door is broken.
(14) The catch on this door is broken.
(15) He's very quick to catch on.
(16) Wait a minute! I'm beginning to catch on.
(17) He is very quick to catch on to things.
(18) The catch on this door seems to be broken. It won't open.
(19) It took me a long time to catch on to the directions.
(20) Jack's always the last to catch on my joke.
(21) Please repeat what you said[Sentencedict], I didn't quite catch on.
(22) And keep medicines up high, also with a catch on the cupboard.
(23) But one poor guy was slow to catch on.
(24) Is the safety catch on?
(25) It took Jennifer a long time to catch on to the fact that Mary was taking advantage of her.
(26) It's not that hard, once you catch on to it.
(27) The idea of glasses being a fashion item has been slow to catch on.
(28) Ham it up, as much as you like-the children will soon catch on to the fun.
(29) But just as the international community was beginning to catch on, quality began to drop and box office receipts went down.
(30) People like Jennifer Grant, director of the Riley Center, would like to see it catch on big time.