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|present participle||catching up|
|past tense||caught up|
|past participle||caught up|
He's missed so much school that he's going to find it hard to catch up.
Pressure grew for salaries to catch up with inflation.
The deadline's tomorrow. How are we ever going to catch up in time?
I just want to go home and catch up on some sleep.
Staff are struggling to catch up with the backlog.
Come over tomorrow and we can catch up.
I'll catch up with you another time, Kevin.
It'll give them a chance to talk and catch up with all their news.
This is the British English definition of catch up. View American English definition of catch up.
a plan or course of action that is not possible to achieve