Used to hold, include, or describe a broad range of things; used as a catchall.(adjective)
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Use "catch-all" in a sentence
""If the PJD forms a coalition in a free and independent way and not with a party of the Makhzen," he said referring to the catch-all phrase for the entrenched establishment around the king, "this will be a big step forward for Morocco.""
"(Manga, media (small), graphic novels (catch-all), superheroes (very small) are the others.)"
"In fact, a Mexican momento is a tricky catch-all, a strange little net with many holes."