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catch·up

 (kăch′əp, kĕch′-)
n.
Variant of ketchup.

catchup

(ˈkætʃəp; ˈkɛtʃ-)
n
(Cookery) a variant spelling (esp US) of ketchup

catch′-up`


adj.
intended to keep up with or surpass a norm or competitor: catch-up pay raises.
Idioms:
play catch-up, to attempt to overtake a competitor or opponent.
[1835–45, Amer.]

catch•up

(ˈkætʃ əp, ˈkɛtʃ-)

n.
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Gilas, which got manhandled by European powers Italy and Serbia by an average losing margin of 52.5 points in its first two games, played catchup for majority of the match against Angola.
Bungie did also say that it will offer a paid catchup near the end of seasons for any players that didn't the time to reach the rank for a certain reward.
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Raw and SmackDown will also be available on Telekom TV, Telekom Sport's TV Everywhere platform for authenticated subscribers, and on its 14-day VOD catchup window.
Swansea has been playing "catchup" since it lost out to Cardiff over the Welsh Assembly.
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Love Island episodes are uploaded pretty promptly to the itv Hub, which can be accessed on desk top, smartphones and of course on TV, as part of Catchup on both Sky and Virgin.
Featuring support for both IPTV and over-the-top (OTT) multiscreen services, the joint solution is packed with features--such as live, catchup, restart and on-demand TV--enabling operators to remain competitive and keep pace with new technologies in today's pay-TV market.