English English Dictionary

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catch in English:

1. caught caught

Don't get caught.
It was her fearfully pale complexion that caught his eye.
Mountain bike racing has caught on with young Japanese in the past few years.
Local people wouldn't be caught dead here.
Having been caught in that situation before, I knew exactly what to do.
Tom is caught between a rock and a hard place.
Not knowing what to expect, Tom was caught off guard.
When the house caught fire, an awful feeling came over me.
Tom's question caught Mary completely off-guard.
I caught my son making prank calls to random phone numbers.
If you had come only two minutes earlier, you could have caught the bus.
How did the thief manage to avoid being caught?
Immediately after it caught fire, the chemical factory blew up.
I heard that Tom had been smuggling drugs into America for years before he got caught.
The first thing that caught his eye was a fingerprint on the glass.

English word "catch"(caught) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
czasowniki nieregularne
A1+ irregular verbs 1
Irregular verbs