Phrasal Verb 'Latch'

We have 4 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Latch'.

Latch on

Meaning: Understand, often after a long time

Example: They were lying, but it took her ages to LATCH ON.

Latch on to

Meaning: Understand something, often after a long time

Example: The police didn't LATCH ON TO what the crooks were doing for years.

Latch onto

Meaning: Connect to something

Example: The gecko LATCHED ONTO the ceiling.

Latch onto

Meaning: Decide or realise that something is good or profitable

Example: Oil companies have LATCHED ONTO environmental ideas.