to catch up with something meaning?

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What's the meaning of "to catch up with something" idiom? Please give me some examples!

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Idiom Scenario 2:


I have been out on a wilderness adventure all week.  There were no radios or cellphones or televisions or any contact with civilization.  Now that I have returned home, ...
I need to catch up with the news.
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Idiom Conjugations:

 
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Idiom Usage:

There are many uses for the idiom "catch up".
For all the variations available on this site (to date), please consult the alphabetical list - C Idioms   
 
You can:
catch up with:
  • your studies
  • the news
  • your work
  • watching your favorite TV program
  • and almost any activity or process that you have not had the chance to do
 
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Gerund Form of the Idiom:

Catching up with the news can help you to be a well informed person.
 
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Idiom Definition:


"to catch up with something" - (information-work-news)
to do something in order to become current with something that you have not had the time or opportunity to do
 
Synonyms: chat, current, discover, gossip, learn, news, review, talk
 
 

This baseball player is literally catching up. - - - - ->  a batcatcher baseball player is squatting and literally catching the word "up".




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Idiom Scenario 1:


You have been working very hard lately.  You have been spending ten to twelve hours a day at work, six days a week.  When you are not at work, you are busy doing all your personal chores.  You fall, exhausted, into bed late every night.  As a result, you have not had the opportunity to study English idioms.
Do you need to catch up with your studies?
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