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catchverb

  • ja見つける
  • ento notice or discover something, especially something odd or wrong

Examples

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You both have sizable Christmas bonuses coming your way.
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If I catch either of you messing with the other,
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I will give both bonuses to the other person.
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- Can't do that. - No. Absolutely not.
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I'm sorry, alright?
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- I never meant for you to find out. - Oh, please! Please!
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You wanted to get caught!
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That is not true.
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Oh, so you just sort of happened to leave it in here?
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Did it ever occur to you that I might just be that stupid?
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Why'd you move here?
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My dad had an affair.
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My mom literally caught him in the act.
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That's horrible.
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And I just ran in and I was shaking and crying.
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And I packed a bag so quick, ran out the front door, and called Kourtney.
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And I said, "You have no idea what I just walked in on with Bruce."
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And she said, "You just caught him cheating."
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And I said, "I wish. I don't even know what to say."
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The next one is called Car Door Ride.
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This is from @rachel.thomas91.
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She caught her son taking an unexpected ride in the driveway.
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Watch this kid.
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Let's just confront him.
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He only hid one of the stolen coins in Port's desk.
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He'll probably try to sell the others.
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I want to catch him in the act.
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Shh! Here he comes.

Other meanings for catch...

catchverb

  • ja〔乗り物を〕捕まえる
  • ento be in time for a bus, train, plane, etc. and get on it
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They're now ready to face their home lives,
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so it's also really urgent that they catch this train.
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We had a train to catch.
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We're going to Budapest.
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And once again, we're late.
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Okay, 1 minute to get the train.
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Let's go!
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Mr. Lanley, aren't you gonna ride the monorail?
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Little lady, I'd love to.
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But I have to catch a plane.
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I got a flight to catch.
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You going back to Chicago, Raph?
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Yeah, the whole family is headed back home.
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You see Jason this morning?
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I thought he had a train to catch.
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We're gonna catch this train, come on.
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I can't catch a train.
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You also couldn't fly. Start running.
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- Let's go! - Alright, alright.
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lt's a freight train!