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catch

1. a game in which a ball is thrown from one player to another
2. Cricket the catching of a ball struck by a batsman before it touches the ground, resulting in him being out
3. Music a type of round popular in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, having a humorous text that is often indecent or bawdy and hard to articulate
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catch

[kach]
(design engineering)
A device used for fastening a door or gate and usually operated manually from only one side, for example, a latch.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

catch

A device for fastening a door or gate; usually opened manually from one side only.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Tattersall fell in the early stages of the evening, caught behind trying to cut at Liam Patterson-White's left-arm spin as Yorkshire fell to 204 for eight in the 69th over.
Later, he had Harry Brook caught behind and Will Fraine caught at third slip by Nash, deputising for injured Steven Mullaney (knee).
Shropshire's reply got off to a bad start when skipper Joe Carrasco went without scoring, caught behind by Sukhmeet Kang off Rishton.
Lancashire's only other wicket in an afternoon session which saw 197 runs scored was taken by Richard Gleeson, who had Chris Jordan caught behind by Dane Vilas for 11.
The in-form batsman Babar Azam (22) was the next man to be dismissed as he was caught behind on the ball of Oshane Thomas.
Wagg contributed 44 before he was caught behind to give Chris Jordan his third success.
Derbyshire started their second innings poorly with skipper Billy Godleman again failing when he was caught behind down the leg side off Michael Hogan for nine, but Wayne Madsen and Reece raised the tempo before a clatter of wickets checked their progress.
Tim Bresnan had Danny Lamb caught behind, sandwiched in between bustling seamer Matthew Waite getting Tom Bailey caught behind and Graham Onions bowled as the score fell to 221 for nine.
Lester then struck in the first over of Derbyshire's chase to get Ben Slater caught at cover before removing pinch-hitting Pakistani Riaz caught behind in the fifth (30 for two).
Madsen was unable to avoid a lifting delivery and was caught behind for 32, and Slater was snared at short leg for 42 with Derbyshire only four runs in front.
Madsen was unable to avoid a lifting delivery and was caught behind for 32, and Slater was smartly snared at short leg for 42 with Derbyshire only four runs in front.
The UAE lost their opener and skipper Rohan Mustafa for just two runs to the third ball of the third over when he got caught behind by wicketkeeper Neil O'Brien off Barry McCarthy.