Übersetzung von “catch” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch


verb /kӕtʃ/ (past tense, past participle caught /koːt/)

to stop and hold (something which is moving); to capture

He caught the cricket ball
The cat caught a mouse
Did you catch any fish?
I tried to catch his attention.

to be in time for, or get on (a train, bus etc)

I’ll have to catch the 9.45 (train) to London.

to surprise (someone) in the act of

I caught him stealing (my vegetables).

to become infected with (a disease or illness)

He caught flu.

to (cause to) become accidentally attached or held

The child caught her fingers in the car door.

to hit

The punch caught him on the chin.

to manage to hear

Did you catch what she said?

to start burning

I dropped a match on the pile of wood and it caught (fire) immediately.
catching adjective


Is chickenpox catching?
catchy adjective (comparative catchier, superlative catchiest)

(of a tune) attractive and easily remembered

a catchy pop song.
catchphrase noun ( catchword)

a phrase or word in popular use for a time

perkataan yang popular
The comedian was famous for his use of catchphrases.
catch someone’s eye

to attract someone’s attention

menarik perhatian
The advertisement caught my eye
I couldn’t catch the waiter’s eye and so we were last to be served.
catch on phrasal verb

to become popular

The fashion soon caught on.

to understand

He’s a bit slow to catch on.
catch out phrasal verb

to put out (a batsman) at cricket by catching the ball after it has been hit and before it touches the ground

menangkap bola
He was caught out by a fielder standing just in front of the boundary.

to cause (someone) to fail by means of a trick, a difficult question etc

The last question in the exam caught them all out.
catch up

to come level (with)

We caught him up at the corner
We waited for him to catch up
She had a lot of schoolwork to catch up on after her illness.

(Übersetzung von “catch” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)