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    a phrasal verb

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    What's the meaning of catch up in this sentence?
    We can see each other and catch up.

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    Re: a phrasal verb

    It's a fairly informal way of saying that you would exchange news and information with the other person and get brought up to date with their life (and they with yours).

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