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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcatch-allˈcatch-all adjective  INCLUDEintended to include all possibilities a vague catch-all clause in the contract a catch-all term
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catch-allCongress now seems inclined to settle temporarily for a catch-all budget measure that would freeze federal spending at current levels.Some of the deepest cuts are in the catch-all category called domestic discretionary spending.Despite its catch-all name, however, Docklands is far from homogeneous.In our bakery, the one catch-all word for a perfect dough is vibrant.
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