catch (one) later

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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.
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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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So, in order to defuse the situation, it was decided to drive them away and catch them later," the officer said.
And if you missed that one you can catch them later this month when they set out on a tour that takes in Leicester's De Montfort Hall (0116 233 3111) on Thursday April 28 and Wolverhampton's Civic Hall (0870 320 7000) on Wednesday May 5.