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    catch a ...

    I would like to know the means of transportations which I can use with "catch".
    Is it correct "catch a plane, a taxi, a car, a bus, etc."?
    Is there a grammar rule to follow?
    Thanks a lot in advance

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    Re: catch a ...

    I wouldn't use it for 'car'. I use it for public transport.

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