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lets catch up

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"Let's catch up" is an informal English phrase often used as an invitation to share recent personal news. It suggests that some time has passed since the last interaction, and there's new information to share. It's derived from the verb "catch up," which means to reach someone or something that's ahead of you by increasing your speed.
📝 Example Sentence
Sure, here it is: "It's been ages since we last met, let's catch up over coffee this weekend."
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catch

📝 Description
"Catch" is a versatile English word, primarily used as a verb. It can mean to apprehend or seize, to understand or grasp (an idea), or to physically intercept something in motion. Linguistically, it's a monosyllabic, transitive verb, stemming from Old English 'ceacian.' It can also be a noun, describing the act of catching or a game where players throw and catch a ball.
📝 Example Sentence
"Let's catch a movie tonight after dinner."
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