catch\ up


catch\ up
1. III
catch up smb., smth. /smb., smth. up/ catch up a child (one's basket, one's bag, one's hat, etc.) подхватывать ребенка и т д., he caught up his hat and rushed out он схватил шапку и бросился вон
2. XI
1) be caught up the phrase (the song, the tune, etc.) was caught up фразу и т. д. подхватили, фраза и т. д. стала популярной /привилась/
2) be caught up with smth. her hair was caught up with a pin волосы у нее были скреплены / схвачены/ заколкой
3) get caught up in (on) smth. the coat (the pocket, the skirt, etc.) got caught up on a nail (in the machine, in the door, etc.) пиджак и т. д. зацепился за гвоздь и т. д.; the sleeve of her jumper got caught up in a rose bush рукав ее свитера зацепился за шипы розового куста
4) be caught up in smth. he was caught up in conversation with the delegates он был увлечен разговором /беседой/ с делегатами; the old man was caught up in his thoughts (in his dreams, etc.) старик был погружен в свой мысли и т. д.
5) be (get) caught up in smth. be (get) caught up in the war (in the difficulties, in the intrigue, in the plot, etc.) быть (оказаться) втянутым в войну и т. д.
3. XVI
1) catch up он агам. call, catch up on the work (on one's French, etc.) наверстывать /восполнять/ пробел в работе и т.д.; catch up on one's lessons нагонять /наверстывать/ пропущенные занятия; catch up on sleep выспаться, отоспаться
2) catch up ninth smb., smth. /with smb., smth. up/ catch up with the swimmer (with the rest of the party, with the rest of the world, with Europe, etc.) догнать /нагнать/ пловца и т. д.; I'll catch up with you я вас догони; catch up он smth. /smth. on/ the secretary had to work in the lunch hour to catch up on her neglected filing секретарю приходилось работать во время обеденного перерыва, чтобы навести порядок в запущенных бумагах
4. XVII
catch up on doing smth. catch up on reading восполнять пробел в чтении; catch up on cleaning наконец убрать (в комнате и т. п.)
5. XXI1
1) catch up smb., smth. in smth. catch up the child (the girl, the doll, etc.) in one's arms подхватить ребёнка и т. д. на руки
2) catch loath. up in /on/ smth. catch one's skirt (one's dress, one's hair, etc.) up in the wheel (in the machine, etc.) юбка и т. д. попала в колесо и т. д.; catch up one's stocking on a nail зацепить чулок за гвоздь; the boy had caught his trouser leg up in the chain of his bicycle у мальчика штанина попала в велосипедную цепь

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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