How to Conjugate Catch Up
- Infinitive: Catch Up
- Present Tense: Catch Up/ Catches Up
- -ing Form: Catching Up
- Past Tense: Caught Up
- Past Participle: Caught Up
Definitions of Catch Up:
1. To move faster to reach someone or something that is ahead of you.
Examples: If you don’t catch up, you’ll get left behind. So hurry up!
The bomb had already been detonated by the time the police had caught up with the robbers.
2. To discuss or learn the latest news or something else that is of interest to you.
Examples: My sister caught me up on all the family drama.
What’s the latest in the Aaron Hernandez case? I haven’t been following it lately, so I need to be caught up.
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