||(See the cat's ass)
||(See the cat's meow)
|cat's out of the bag
||(See the cat's out of the bag)
||shouting disapproval or insults, heckling
||The catcalls from the audience caused the speaker to pause.
||the cause is the effect and the effect is the cause
||It was catch 22. I needed my glasses to find my glasses.
|catch a buzz
||begin to feel intoxicated, begin to feel natural high
||This is strong beer. You catch a buzz from drinking one bottle!
|catch a cold (catch cold)
||be sick with a cold, come down with a cold
||I caught a cold while we were in Vancouver.
|catch a glimpse
||see for only a second, visible for a brief time
||I caught a glimpse of Sue at the mall, but she didn't see me.
|catch a plane/bus/train
||go to the airport and get on the plane
||After the meeting, you can catch the plane to Toronto.
|catch a ride
||ride with someone who has a vehicle, get a lift
||When I go to church, I catch a ride with my neighbor Lila.