追上; 赶上; 和…算旧账; 使…最终尝到苦果
Most late developers will catch up with their friends.
She used the day to catch up with administrative tasks.
He stopped and let her catch up with him.
Eventually you'll catch up with the pro's.
How can our human history not catch up with us?
Downside Regeneration needs to catch up with population.
PHRASAL VERB 捕获;擒获;捉拿到
When people catch up with someone who has done something wrong, they succeed in finding them in order to arrest or punish them.
V P P n
The law caught up with him yesterday.
PHRASAL VERB 和…算旧账；使…最终尝到苦果
If something catches up with you, you are forced to deal with something unpleasant that happened or that you did in the past, which you have been able to avoid until now.
V P P n
Although he subsequently became a successful businessman, his criminal past caught up with him.
You walk on and I'll catch up with you later.
Smoking will catch up with you.
He is always fooling in class, but the teacher will catch up with him some day.
1. catch up with and possibly overtake;
- " "The Rolls Royce caught us near the exit ramp" "
2. 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?" "
I catch up with
catch up with or
catch up with others
catch up with you