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Hi I am confused about English "idiom" I think ?
When said good-bye to some one, I know there many ways to do it.
It is an idiom to say "Catch you later !" ? To "catch" a person is to say hello ? What is an explanation ?
I am sorry, the question is soft . . maybe I asked wrong? I think "Catch you later" have incorrect grammar for English ?
Thank you "so much" ! I am using new grammar "so much" I learned, here!

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Catch you later means see or meet you later.

Hope this helps!
It is understood. But, what makes the meaning "catch you " ? I do not see how that meaning can be. Sorry !
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Usually catch you means - 1. To capture or seize, especially after a chase. 2. To take by or as if by trapping or snaring. 3. a. To discover or come upon suddenly, unexpectedly, or accidentally:
Idioms are not always explainable as they originated and developed through usages by natives.
Catch you later.
Catch a nap.
Catch wind of.
Catch someone by surprise.
These are just few of the idioms with the verb "catch". There are thousands of idioms like that.
But it is use for saying "See you later" too . . OK ! I will try understanding that.
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mainak.basudev Usually catch you means - 1. To capture or seize, especially after a chase. 2. To take by or as if by trapping or snaring. 3. a. To discover or come upon suddenly, unexpectedly, or accidentally:
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This is informative ! Thank you ! I learn about 'catch" to use..
Thanks for your concern. Then what should I do now?
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