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|present participle||catching on|
|past tense||caught on|
|past participle||caught on|
Sports drinks have caught on as consumers have become more health-conscious.
Cruise control initially was thought of as a luxury item, but slowly caught on with car buyers at other levels.
He didn’t catch on at first.
Then I caught on to what it was the guy was saying.
This is the American English definition of catch on. View British English definition of catch on.