Word: catch

Category: catch

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Related words: catch

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Synonyms: catch

haul, net, bag, yield, latch, lock, fastener, clasp, hasp, snag, disadvantage, drawback, stumbling block, hitch, fly in the ointment, pitfall, complication, problem, hiccup, difficulty, trap, trick, snare, catch-22, gimmick, stop, pinch, collar, apprehension, taking into custody, arrest, snap, grab, snatch, match

Translations: catch

spanish
pescar, coger, pillar, capturar, acertar, ...


german
erwischen, sehen, beobachten, raste, auffangen, ...

french
empoigner, harponner, attrapent, arrestation, attrapez, ...

italian
accalappiare, prendere, cogliere, acchiappare

portuguese
aprisionar, pegar, capturar, prende dor, colher, ...

dutch
arrestatie, vangst, inhalen, aangaan, houvast, ...

russian
схватить, застучать, улов, улучить, улавливать, ...

norwegian
fangst, fange, gripe

swedish
ertappa

finnish
haka, saalis, napata, katsella, siepata, ...

danish
fange

czech
pochopit, zastihnout, háček, dohonit, nachytat, ...

polish
chwytać, atrapa, przyłapać, dogonić, schwytać, ...

hungarian
elkapás

turkish
yakalanmak, tutuklama, av, tutmak

greek
πιάνω, αρπάζω

ukrainian
піймати, ловити, застукати, вхопити, затримувати

albanian
kap, zë

bulgarian
улов, улова, на улова, прилов, за улова

belarusian
глядзець

estonian
haarama, saak, jõudma

croatian
dobitak, uloviti, navući, ulov, ščepati, ...

icelandic
grípa, afli

lithuanian
sugauti, areštas, žiūrėti, stebėti

latvian
arests, arestēšana

macedonian
фати, улов, фатат, уловот, се фати

romanian
arestare, capta, captura, prinde

slovenian
loviti, uloviti

slovak
chytiť, záchytka

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The meaning and "use of": catch

noun
  • an act of catching something, typically a ball.
  • a device for securing something such as a door, window, or box.
  • a hidden problem or disadvantage in an apparently ideal situation.
  • an unevenness in a person's voice caused by emotion.
  • a round, typically one with words arranged to produce a humorous effect.

verb
  • intercept and hold (something that has been thrown, propelled, or dropped).
  • capture (a person or animal that tries or would try to escape).
  • reach in time and board (a train, bus, or aircraft).
  • engage (a person's interest or imagination).
  • strike (someone) on a part of the body.
  • contract (an illness) through infection or contagion.
  • become ignited, due to contact with flame, and start burning.

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