catch (one) later

catch (one) later

slang To see or talk to one at a later time. I have to go now—catch you later. That's fine, I'll catch him later, once we're both in the office. I think I caught him off guard when I told him I was resigning.
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catch you later

See you later; we will meet again later (at an unspecified time). OK, I've got to go—catch you later! That was a really great time. I'll catch you later, man.
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Catch me later,

 and Catch me some other time.
Please try to talk to me later. Bill (angry): Tom, look at this phone bill! Tom: Catch me later. "Catch me some other time," hollered Mr. Franklin over his shoulder. "I've got to go to the airport."
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(I'll) catch you later.

Inf. I will talk to you later. Mary: Got to fly. See you around. Sally: Bye. Catch you later. John: I have to go to class now. Bill: Okay, catch you later.
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Catch you later

sent. I will talk to you again when I next see you. Sorry, gotta rush. Catch you later.
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catch you later

Informal Used to express good-bye.
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