How to Conjugate Catch On
- Infinitive: Catch On
- Present Tense: Catch On/ Catches On
- -ing Form: Catching On
- Past Tense: Caught On
- Past Participle: Caught On
Definitions of Catch On:
1. To understand or realize something.
Examples: She finally caught on to what the man was telling her.
I didn’t catch on to what was happening in the movie until near the end.
2. To become popular.
Examples: TLC immediately caught on when they released their first single ‘Ain’t to Proud to Beg’.
I wish twerkin’ never caught on.
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