- To get into one's hands, possession or control, with or without force. To seize or capture. To catch or get possession of (fish or game). To catch the ball; especially as a wicket-keeper and after the ...
- To get into one's hands, possession or control, with or without force. To seize or capture. To catch or get possession of (fish or game). To catch the ball; especially as a wicket-keeper and after the batsman has missed or edged it. To appropriate or transfer into one's own possession, sometimes by physically carrying off. To exact. To capture or win (a piece or trick) in a game.
- To receive or accept (something) (especially something given or bestowed, awarded, etc). To receive or accept (something) as payment or compensation. To accept and follow (advice, etc). To receive into some relationship. To receive or acquire (property) by law (e.g. as an heir).
- To remove. To remove or end by death; to kill. To subtract.
- To have sex with.
- To defeat (someone or something) in a fight.
- To grasp or grip.
- To select or choose; to pick.
- To adopt (select) as one's own.
- To carry or lead (something or someone). To transport or carry; to convey to another place. To lead (to a place); to serve as a means of reaching. To pass (or attempt to pass) through or around. To escort or conduct (a person). To go.
- To use as a means of transportation.
- To visit; to include in a course of travel.
- To obtain for use by payment or lease. To obtain or receive regularly by (paid) subscription.
- To consume. To receive (medicine) into one's body, e.g. by inhalation or swallowing; to ingest. To partake of (food or drink); to consume.
- To experience, undergo, or endure. To undergo; to put oneself into, to be subjected to. To experience or feel. To submit to; to endure (without ill humor, resentment, or physical failure). To participate in. To suffer, to endure (a hardship or damage).
- To cause to change to a specified state or condition.
- To regard in a specified way.
- To conclude or form (a decision or an opinion) in the mind.
- To understand (especially in a specified way).
- To accept or be given (rightly or wrongly); assume (especially as if by right).
- To believe, to accept the statements of.
- To assume or suppose; to reckon; to regard or consider.
- To draw, derive, or deduce (a meaning from something).
- To derive (as a title); to obtain from a source.
- To catch or contract (an illness, etc).
- To come upon or catch (in a particular state or situation).
- To captivate or charm; to gain or secure the interest or affection of.
- To absorb or be impregnated by (dye, ink, etc); to be susceptible to being treated by (polish, etc).
- To let in (water).
- To require.
- To proceed to fill.
- To fill, to use up (time or space).
- To avail oneself of.
- To perform, to do.
- To assume or perform (a form or role). To assume (a form). To perform (a role). To assume and undertake the duties of (a job, an office, etc).
- To bind oneself by.
- To move into.
- To go into, through, or along.
- To have or take recourse to.
- To ascertain or determine by measurement, examination or inquiry.
- To write down; to get in, or as if in, writing.
- To make (a photograph, film, or other reproduction of something).
- To take a picture, photograph, etc of (a person, scene, etc).
- To obtain money from, especially by swindling.
- To apply oneself to the study of.
- To deal with.
- To consider in a particular way, or to consider as an example.
- To decline to swing at (a pitched ball); to refrain from hitting at, and allow to pass.
- To have to be used with (a certain grammatical form, etc).
- To get or accept (something) into one's possession.
- To engage, take hold or have effect. To adhere or be absorbed properly. To begin to grow after being grafted or planted; to take root, take hold. To catch; to engage. To win acceptance, favor or favorable reception; to charm people. To have the intended effect.
- To become; to be affected in a specified way.
- To be able to be accurately or beautifully photographed.
- To deliver, give (something) to (someone).
- To give or deliver (a blow, to someone); to strike or hit.
- The or an act of taking.
- Something that is taken; a haul.
Money that is taken in, (legal or illegal) proceeds, income; profits.
The or a quantity of fish, game animals or pelts, etc which have been taken at one time; catch.
- An interpretation or view, opinion or assessment; perspective.
- An approach, a (distinct) treatment.
- A scene recorded (filmed) at one time, without an interruption or break; a recording of such a scene.
- A recording of a musical performance made during an uninterrupted single recording period.
- A visible (facial) response to something, especially something unexpected; a facial gesture in response to an event.
- An instance of successful inoculation/vaccination.
- A catch of the ball (in cricket, especially one by the wicket-keeper).
- The quantity of copy given to a compositor at one time.
source: Urban Dictionary
- 1) to kick someone's ass
2) to have your way (sexually) with a person