Learn useful collocations with CATCH with examples in English.
Useful Collocations with CATCH
Catch (on) fire
- The plane catches fire just as it is reaching the destination.
Catch a ball
- His son could catch a ball coming toward his left or right.
Catch a bus/ a train
- You’d really need to catch a bus.
Catch a chill
- If you have a small hat available, put it on the baby so it doesn’t catch a chill.
Catch a cold
- If you get caught in the rain, you might catch a cold.
Catch a glimpse
- Perhaps I might catch a glimpse of Frank.
Catch a thief
- You’re here to catch a thief.
Catch a whiff
- I caught a whiff of peachy perfume.
Catch sight of
- As the group turns to leave, Sayid catches sight of the cat.
Catch someone’s attention
- The silver plated caster on the dining table catch her attention.
Catch someone’s eye
- I caught her eye and smiled.
Catch the flu
- Tom seems to catch the flu every year.
Catch You Later!
- See you again. Catch you later.
Catch your breath
- You never got a chance to catch your breath.ex
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