Catch and Drop


Catch verb - To take physical control or possession of (something) suddenly or forcibly.
Usage example: we tried to catch the kitten before she could sneak out the door

Drop is an antonym for catch in grab topic.

Nearby Words: catchy, catching, catcher


Drop noun - The more favorable condition or position in a competition.
Usage example: got the drop on his opponent very early in the wrestling match

Catch is an antonym for drop.

Nearby Words: dropped, dropping, droplet, dropout, dropper

How words are described

good good catch good drop
full full catch full drop
nice nice catch nice drop
long long catch long drop
Other adjectives: better, common, specific, short, top, single, small, big, huge, slight, bad, unique, major, guaranteed, several, giant, aforementioned, diving.

Common collocations

case catch case drop case
ball catch ball drop ball
knife catch knife drop knife
sword catch sword drop sword

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Annie (2014) Catch Phrase: Stacks tries to modify his cell phone company's slogan "never drop a call" into a political slogan for his mayoral campaign: "never drop a citizen".
  • Series / House of Anubis Catch Phrase: Victor: "You have five minutes precisely and then I want to hear a pin drop." Can also be taken as a sign of his real age, since the expression "Hear a pin drop" is no longer in style.
  • Western Animation / KaBlam! Network Red Headed Stepchild Never Say "Die": Averted when June has to fall and let Henry catch her in one episode: June: You drop me... you die.
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