learn belatedly; find out about something after it happened
I'm trying to catch up with the latest developments in molecular biology
reach the point where one should be after a delay
I caught up on my homework
How To Use catch up In A Sentence
- Whatever pumped up your adrenaline, my darling, it took more than a chase to catch up with you.
- Most of this I've written down to get my own thoughts in order before I start draughting letters to the media, but first I have a couple of weeks of university to catch up on… sheesh.
- So I take it, you're going to catch up now with the prime minister and then head back to Israel.
- This gave the Field a chance to catch up while the hounds cast back and picked up the line without help from the Master.
- His youthful exuberance was making it hard for anyone to catch up with him.
- Amy then extended her arms and spread her legs to increase wind resistance, and Kevin was able to catch up with her.
- It's always nice to win the first one, especially against an interdivisional team that's trying to catch up to us," said Verlander. Verlander gets 21st win for Tigers
- Roger Hopley, a sheep and arable farmer in Staffordshire, said: ‘This is the first fine day for a while, and the lads have a week's work to catch up on, so it's been quieter.’
- He ducks into an alleyway in an attempt to lose his pursuers, but before he can scurry over a low wall, they catch up.
- Upton shot between the two of thema rather close call as far as I could telland zoomed out to catch up with me. Paradise Lost