catch (someone) some other time(redirected from I'll try to see you later)
catch (someone) some other time
To see or talk to someone at some later, unspecified time or date. Used especially when one is unable to converse at the current moment. I'd love to hear more about your trip, but I really have to go now—I'll catch you some other time, OK? A: "I'm sorry, Ms. Peterson is out of the office. Would you like to leave a message?" B: "No, that's all right. I'll try to catch her some other time."
(I'll) try to catch you some other time,and (I'll) try to catch you later.; I'll try to see you later.
Fig. We do not have time to talk now, so I'll try to talk to you or meet with you later. (An expression said when it is inconvenient for one or both parties to meet or converse.) Bill: I need to get your signature on this contract. Sue:I really don't have a second to spare right now. Bill: Okay, I'll try to catch you some other time. Sue: Later this afternoon would be fine. Bill: I'm sorry for the interruptions, Tom. Things are very busy right now. Tom: I'll try to see you later.