Catch up

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Phrasal verb: Catch up

Spanish translation: ponerse al día, ponerse al corriente, alcanzar

Definition: to work on something to complete it on time, 2. to find out what someone has been doing recently, 3. to reach something ahead of you

Used in sentences:

1. We’re falling behind in the project so we need to put in some extra hours to catch up.

2. I’m going to have a coffee with some old friends to catch up on what they’ve been doing with their lives.

3. He just left. If you leave now, you may catch up with him.

Related words or phrases: advance, get an up-to-date, reach

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