catch-all definition

  • adjective:
    • Used to hold, consist of, or describe an easy range of things; utilized as a catchall.
  • noun:
    • One thing utilized as an over-all receptacle for bits and pieces, as a table, bureau, upper body, etc.; specifically, a basket or bag provided for the purpose.
    • A tool for recuperating broken resources from a boring.

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