catch at

catch at  {v.}
1. To try to catch suddenly; grab for.
The boy on the merry-go-round caught at the brass ring, but did not get it.
2. To seize quickly; accept mentally or physically.
The hungry man caught at the sandwich and began to eat.
Joe caught at Bill's offer to help.
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