Phrasal Verbs with CATCH

catch on
to become popular
The idea has been slow to catch on.

catch up
to learn about recent events
He reads the newspaper every morning to catch up on the news.

catch up on
to do something that you could have done earlier
I have to catch up on my report.

catch up with
to begin to have an effect on someone
The lack of sleep caught up with him, and he began to doze off.

be caught up in
to become involved in a bad, difficult or unwanted situation
I didn’t want to be caught up in a petty argument, so I left.