To catch up

to snatch; to take up suddenly.
- Dickens.

See also: Catch

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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PAGE: What must be done to catch up with the latest trends in the world and outperform the competitors?
'But we're all trying our best to catch up, especially in the blocking technique that he taught.'
During this break they like to catch up with their close friends, and tea is an integral part of these catch-ups.
For my first column, I thought it would be great to catch up with Cath and Katherine and share their wisdom with all of you.
If you want to find a competitor that might be able to match up to us, it is Deutsche Poste, but they probably have several years of work to do to catch up with us.