make up work that was missed due to absence at a later point
I have to make up a French exam
Can I catch up with the material or is it too late?
catch up with and possibly overtake
The Rolls Royce caught us near the exit ramp
How To Use catch up with In A Sentence
- Whatever pumped up your adrenaline, my darling, it took more than a chase to catch up with you.
- 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.
- 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
- Always one of the festival's more popular events, people can catch up with all the fair ladies at the various events over the coming days.
- Will Western industry ever catch up with Japanese innovations?
- In addition, we should worry when the motivation to do something educationally is to help us catch up with some other country — a stance that seems to look right past the students most of us see day in and day out, almost as if they aren’t there. A Single Spark
- Go on ahead. I'll catch up with you.
- So let's catch up with all the action as we go spinning the globe.
- When are we going to catch up with other countries and realise that smoking a bit of pot is not going to turn us all into cocaine addicts.