grab a time to talk more about it


Senior Member
This is a sentence I made up myself.

You came across a friend on the street and started to talk about something you are both interested in. It looks like he is in a hurry. Could you say:

"Let's grab another time to talk more about that"?

Is "grab" idiomatic here?
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    New Member
    Polish - Poland
    I'm neither a native speaker nor an expert, but I'd say "catch" is a more appriopriate word in this context.


    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    Well, we say "catch me some other time". I've never heard "grab me some other time".
    Yes, we do: I agree.

    But the sentence the OP was asking about says:

    "Let's grab another time to talk more about that"?, not "... grab me..." ;)
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