catch hold of

catch hold of  {v. phr.}
To grasp a person or a thing.
"I've been trying to catch hold of you all week," John said, "but you were out of town."
The mountain climber successfully caught hold of his friend's hand and thereby saved his life.
Categories: catch hand hold verb

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