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catch up with sb

(CAUSE PROBLEMS)
带来麻烦
phrasal verb with catch /kætʃ/ verb (caught)
If something bad that you have done or that has been happening to you catches up with you, it begins to cause problems for you
(坏事)纠缠住(某人),给(某人)带来麻烦
His lies will catch up with him one day.
他总有一天会尝到撒谎的苦头。
Causing anxiety and worryMaking people sad, shocked and upset
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