Phrasal Verb: Catch out

Phrasal Verb: Catch out


Meaning: Trick

Example: The exam is designed to CATCH you OUT.

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Phrasal Verb: Catch out


Meaning: Discover or prove that someone is lying

Example: He CAUGHT me OUT when he checked my story with my previous employer.

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Phrasal Verb: Catch out


Meaning: Put someone in an unexpected and difficult situation (often passive)

Example: We were CAUGHT OUT in the storm.

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