catch it

From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcatch itcatch itPUNISH informal to be punished by someone such as a parent or teacher because you have done something wrong You’ll catch it if Dad finds out. catch
Examples from the Corpus
catch itI guess that tells you where I caught it.Or a cat will bring home a live mouse to teach her kittens how to catch it.Almost everyone caught it and almost a third of the population either died from it or had their faces permanently scarred.She had locked the screen, he knew, to keep the wind from catching it and tearing it off its hinges.She threw the door open, catching it before it could strike the wall.I caught it, held it in my fingers and put it out of the window.It harasses other gulls until they drop their hard-won food and then swoops down to catch it - often in mid-air.