Definition Of catch
a device for securing something such as a door, window, or box.
the window catch was rusty
a hidden problem or disadvantage in an apparently ideal situation.
there's a catch in it somewhere
a round, typically one with words arranged to produce a humorous effect.
The catch , a particular form of round based on word-play, was especially popular in Restoration England.
an act of catching something, typically a ball.
I saw myself fumbling easy catches and looking clumsy.
an unevenness in a person's voice caused by emotion.
there was a catch in Anne's voice
Example Of catch
A child with TB may have to stay in the hospital so others do not catch the infection.
A good hour passes before we reach Skull Island and catch a glimpse of the mighty Kong.
After cleaning myself I noticed the window catch was off.
And if you're lucky, you might just catch the end of the sales.
As Robinson positioned himself and waited for the ball to arrive, he wasn't the only one to realise the importance of a clean catch .