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Last edited 28 Jun 2022
The word 'catch' might be used to describe an object that grasps something, or the lockable part of an object. For example; a lid may have a catch on the underside to keep in closed.
It can also mean to grasp or gather something physically; ie to catch a ball or to catch a cold.
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