Übersetzung von “catch” — Englisch–Katalanisch Wörterbuch

catch

verb uk /kætʃ/ us /kætʃ/ present participle catching, past tense and past participle caught

A1 to stop something that is moving through the air by getting it in your hands

agafar
Try to catch the ball.

A1 to get on a bus, train, etc.

agafar
I caught the last train home.

A2 to get an illness or disease

agafar
I think I caught a cold from her.

B1 to find and stop a person or animal who is trying to escape

atrapar
He ran after the dog, but couldn’t catch him.
catch someone’s attention, interest, etc.

to make someone notice something and feel interested

cridar l’atenció, suscitar l’interès, etc. d’algú
All the noise in the street caught his attention.

to discover someone who is doing something wrong or something secret

enxampar
She was caught cheating in the exam.

also get caught to stick somewhere, or to make something stick somewhere

enganxar(-se)
My dress got caught on a nail and tore.

(Übersetzung von “catch” aus dem Cambridge Wörterbuch Englisch-Katalanisch © Cambridge University Press)