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    Question What to catch up?

    "Friendship is taking time out, once school has calmed down a little, just to chat and catch up."
    Here, what does "catch up" mean? to catch up what?

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    Re: What to catch up?

    Quote Originally Posted by registered View Post
    "Friendship is taking time out, once school has calmed down a little, just to chat and catch up."
    Here, what does "catch up" mean? to catch up what?

    Thanks!
    If you "catch up" with a friend, you tell each other the things that have happened since the last time you spoke. You bring them up-to-date with your life.

    It's a phrasal verb with several meanings but all based on the same premise.

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