1. catch on
Why do some trends catch on and others not?
The idea of glasses being a fashion item has been slow to catch on.
I want the trend of not wearing make-up to catch on.
I really can't catch on to what he was saying to me.
This new hairstyle is beginning to catch on.
That new book is beginning to catch on.
he's not too brilliant but i'm sure he'll catch on
to become fashionable or popular: I wonder if the game will ever catch on with young people?
The rest you'll catch on in the days ahead.
He doesn't take hints very easily, but he'll catch on (to what you're saying) eventually.
I wonder if the game will ever catch on with young people?
English word "zrozumiec"(catch on) occurs in sets:phrasal verbs and idioms
If you don't want to put on sunscreen, that's your problem. Just don't come complaining to me when you get a sunburn.
Get rid of that heap of old newspapers.
If you leave your textbooks at school during the break, they'll get confiscated.
Why don't we stop arguing over these piddling matters and get to the issues at hand?
I never for a moment imagined we wouldn't get home before the storm hit.
Do you think you can get me to Union Station by a quarter after?
My mother visits the dentist's every other day to get her teeth fixed.
Why don't you get rid of your motorcycle? You never ride it any more.
When it comes to my supervisor, he's very inconsistent, so we never get any work done.
Now that I have enough money, I can get that camera.
In order to get the coconut milk, you must first crack the coconut open.
We can get a glimpse of the lifestyle of ancient people from this wall painting.
In order to get some information about Japanese economic problems, you'll find this book very useful.
If you want to get elected, you're going to have to improve your public image.