Predicate: catch

Roleset id: catch.01 , get, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

catch.01: CATCH-V NOTES: Based on financial subcorpus; adjectival 'catching' found in BOLT-7. Member of Vncls get-13.5.1. Comparison with 'get'. (from catch.01-v) CATCHING-N NOTES: catch.01 (from catching.01-n) CATCH-N NOTES: Roleset based on verb entry catch.01, OntoNotes grouping catch-n senses 8& 9; maps to VN class get-13.5.1. (from catch.01-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
catch (v.)
catch (n.)
catching (n.)
catching (j.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: receiver (vnrole: 13.5.1-agent)
        Arg1-PPT: thing gotten (vnrole: 13.5.1-theme)
        Arg2-DIR: giver (vnrole: 13.5.1-source)

Example: catch-v: no giver

        Inexplicably costumed as a rabbinical student, tottering around on lifts, Mr. Shicoff hardly seemed [the fellow]-2 *trace*-2 to catch a fancy cocotte's eye.

        Arg0: *trace*-2
        Rel: catch
        Arg1: a fancy cocotte's eye

Example: catch-v: with giver

        John caught a long fly ball from his two-year old daughter.

        Arg0: John
        Rel: caught
        Arg1: a long fly ball
        Arg2: from his two-year old daughter

Example: catching-j

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The rationality and maturity of Taiwan voters is eye - catching .

        Arg0: The rationality and maturity of Taiwan
        Arg1: eye
        Rel: catching

Example: catching-n: Arg0, 1

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        His catching the ball was blocked by an over-enthusiastic fan in the stands.

        Arg0: His
        Rel: catching
        Arg1: the ball

Example: catch-n: Args 0 & 1

        The juggler's catch of burning torches was impressive.

        Arg0: The juggler's
        Rel: catch
        Arg1: of burning torches

Example: catch-n: Arg1 only

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The credit for the catch of the burglar goes to the security guard on duty.

        Rel: catch
        Arg1: of the burglar

Example: catch-n: All Arguments

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        His catch of the tipped ball from Chris Hooks ended the game and saved Hooks from losing any face.

        Arg0: his
        Rel: catch
        Arg1: of the tipped ball
        Arg2: from Chris Hooks

Roleset id: catch.02 , come upon, find, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

catch.02: CATCH-V NOTES: (from catch.02-v) CATCHING-N NOTES: catch.02 (from catching.02-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
catching (n.)
catch (v.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: events, usually
        Arg1-PPT: entity
        Arg2-PRD: attribute

Example: catch-v: typical usage

        But the government's action, which [*T*] caught Jaguar management flat-footed,...

        Argm-rcl: which -> the government's action
        Arg0: [*T*]
        Rel: caught
        Arg1: Jaguar management
        Arg2: flat-footed

Example: catching-n: Arg0, 1

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The FBI's catching of Whitey Bulgur was about 15 years late.

        Arg0: The FBI's
        Rel: catching
        Arg1: of Whitey Bulgur

Roleset id: catch.03 , trap, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

catch.03: CATCH-V NOTES: This latter example could be regarded as the attributive 'come upon'sense; at least the tagging is basically the same. (from catch.03-v) CATCHING-N NOTES: catch.03 (from catching.03-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
catch (v.)Hunting_success_or_failure
catching (n.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: trapper
        Arg1-PPT: trapped
        Arg2-MNR: trap, either place or instrument

Example: catch-v: no trap mentioned

        [Program trading itself]-1 is merely caught *trace*-1 in the middle of this battle, unfairly labeled as the evil driving force of the marketplace.

        Arg1: *trace*-1
        Argm-adv: merely
        Rel: caught
        Argm-loc: in the middle of this battle
        Argm: unfairly labeled as the evil driving force of the marketplace

Example: catch-v: with trap

        At the same time [it]-3 has been caught *trace*-3 in an earnings squeeze .

        Argm-tmp: At the same time
        Arg1: *trace*-3
        Rel: caught
        Arg2: in an earnings squeeze

Example: catch-v: metaphorical trap?

        The scope of the improvement in the U.S. business caught some analysts by surprise.

        Arg0: The scope of the improvement in the U.S. business
        Rel: caught
        Arg1: some analysts
        Arg2: by surprise

Example: catching-n: super awkward

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The catching of the bank robbers off guard was part of the SWAT plan

        Rel: catching
        Arg1: of the bank robbers
        Argm-prd: off guard


Predicate: catch_up

Roleset id: catch_up.04 , come even with, to catch up, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

catch_up.04: CATCH_UP-V NOTES: (from catch.04-v) KETCHUP-V NOTES: Roleset based on instances in wsj-nw. Framed by Claire. Comparison to catch.04 (catch up). (from ketchup.01-v) CATCHING_UP-N NOTES: catch.04 (from catching.04-n) CATCH_UP-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on more-nouns, catch_up-v. No VNcls. (from catch.02-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
catching_up (n.)
catch_up (v.)
ketchup (v.)
catch_up (n.)

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: entity in motion
        Arg2-GOL: goal

Example: catch_up-v: stated goal

        Meanwhile, Shearson Lehman's Mr. Devario said that, to stay competitive, [the U.S. paper industry]-1 needs *trace*-1 to catch upwith the European industry.

        Arg1: *trace*-1
        Rel: [ catch] [ up]
        Arg2: with the European industry

Example: catch_up-v: no goal

        ``[They]-1 are going *trace*-1 to catch up,'' said David Claridge, an analyst with Hambrecht& Quist.

        Arg1: *trace*-1
        Rel: [catch] [up]

Example: ketchup-v: To ketchup or not to ketchup?

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Public preference is important , So product names should match up , And firms that find they 're lagging behind Should now take steps whnp-2 *T*-2 to ketchup !

        Argm-slc: whnp-2 *--> steps
        Arg1: *T*-2
        Rel: ketchup

Example: catch_up-n: typical corpus usage

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Tokyo 's leading program traders are the big U.S. securities houses , though the Japanese are playing catch - up .

        Rel: [catch][up]

Roleset id: catch_up.07 , cause something to become entangled, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

catch_up.07: CATCH_UP-V NOTES: Added by Julia based on Brown corpus. Comparison to entangle. No Vncls (from catch.07-v) CATCHING_UP-N NOTES: catch.07 (from catching.07-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
catch_up (v.)
catching_up (n.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: causer
        Arg1-PPT: entity becomeing caught
        Arg2-GOL: trap

Example: catch_up-v/j: Adj/passive

        person: third,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: passive,  form: participle

        He-1 got caught up *trace*-1 into it and became a different person .

        Rel: caught up
        Arg1: *trace*-1: he
        Arg2: into it

Example: catch_up-v: all args

        person: third,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: participle

        the wind caught it up in little eddies and threw it at the window

        Arg0: The wind
        Rel: [caught] [up]
        Arg1: it
        Arg2: in little eddies


Predicate: catch_on

Roleset id: catch_on.05 , catch on: become popular, becoming popular, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

catch_on.05: CATCH_ON-V NOTES: Latter examples nicely fronted. (from catch.05-v) CATCHING_ON-N NOTES: catch.05 (from catching.05-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
catching_on (n.)
catch_on (v.)

Roles:

        Arg1-PPT: thing becoming popular
        Arg2-PPT: popular with whom?

Example: catch_on-v: no audience

        ...its Amiga, which has slick graphics yet has been slow [*T*] to catch on.

        Argm-rcl: which -> its Amiga
        Arg1: [*T*]
        Rel: [catch] [on]

Example: catch_on-v: with audience

        And, with many of his 70,000 workers, Mr. Smith's damn-the-torpedoes attitude has caught on.

        Argm-dis: And
        Arg2: with many of his 70,000 workers
        Arg1: Mr. Smith 's damn-the-torpedoes attitude
        Rel: [ caught] [ on]

Roleset id: catch_on.06 , catch on: become aware of, becoming aware of, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

catch_on.06: CATCH_ON-V NOTES: (from catch.06-v) CATCHING_ON-N NOTES: catch.06 (from catching.06-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
catching_on (n.)
catch_on (v.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: aware entity
        Arg1-PPT: aware of what?

Example: catch_on-v: you can't fool me!

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: gerund

        At one point, the reader is two steps ahead of [Marlowe]-1 in *trace*-1 catching on to a double identity scam -- and Marlowe is supposed to be the pro.

        Arg0: *trace*-1
        Rel: catching on
        Arg1: to a double identity scam