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Catch-as-catch-can, das

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A cat in gloves catches no mice a catchy tune A shut mouth catches no flies And you think I’m going to pay for it? Catch me! But there’s a catch/a hitch Catch 22 question Catch 22 situation Catch me! catch phrase Catch you later! catch-as-catch-can Cats will catch mice eye catcher eye-catching First catch your hare then cook him First catch your hare then cook it First catch your hare! Fortunately, in England at any rate, thought is not catching. Good bait catches fine fish I didn’t catch the sentence I didn’t catch the word I didn’t catch you I didn’t catch your last words I didn’t catch your name I doubt that the game will ever catch on with elder people I dropped him a broad hint, but he didn’t catch on to the idea it’s catch 22 Lies soon catch up with one make a good catch Many hounds soon catch the hare Slowly, slowly catch your monkey Softly, softly catchee monkey The catch is that these two dishes do not come from India The catchment area of Tallinn, Estonia ... The early bird catches the worm The fishermen sell their catch directly from the boats the match will not catch There’s a catch to it to be slow on the uptake/slow to catch on to catch a chill to catch a cold to catch a dose of the clap to catch a glimpse to catch a plane/bus/train to catch a ride to catch a serious cold to catch a Tartar to catch a train to catch fire to catch flies to catch hell to catch hold of to catch off guard to catch on to catch one by surprise to catch one’s breath to catch one’s death to catch one’s eye to catch oneself doing/thinking to catch sight of to catch some rays to catch some Z’s to catch someone at a bad time to catch someone flat-footed/off guard to catch someone napping to catch someone on the wrong foot to catch someone red handed/in the act to catch someone short to catch someone with his pants down to catch someone’s drift to catch someone’s eye to catch someone’s fancy to catch the ball at the bound to catch the speaker’s eye to catch the spirit of the age/times to catch the train to catch the wave to catch up on to catch up on everything to catch up with to catch/get a buzz from something to set a thief to catch a thief to throw a sprat to catch a herring to throw a sprat to catch a herring/a mackerel to throw a sprat to catch a mackerel to use a sprat to catch a mackerel What’s the catch? You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar You go on now! I’ll catch you up later You won’t catch the bus, unless you get a move on! You’ll catch your death! You’ve got five minutes to catch the bus. You’re cutting it rather fine

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