catch (someone's) drift

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catch (someone's) drift

To understand the meaning, insinuation, or implication of what someone is saying. All I'm saying is that I won't be very sad if she breaks up with her boyfriend, if you catch my drift. A: "I want him 'taken care of'—he's become too much of a liability." B: "I think I catch your drift."
See also: catch, drift
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Me: I catch your drift. Yale's Sternberg makes this proposal: People hold ideals about intimate relationships that inspire their internal love stories and influence their real-life love connections.