Yes, it is possible to catch multiple exceptions in a single except block in Python.
The syntax for catching multiple exceptions in one line is to list the exceptions separated by commas inside a single except statement. Here's an example:
    # some code that may raise exceptions
except (TypeError, ValueError, ZeroDivisionError) as e:
    # handle the exception(s)
In the example above, the try block contains code that may raise one of three different exceptions: TypeError, ValueError, or ZeroDivisionError. The except block then catches any of these exceptions and assigns it to the variable e. You can then handle the exception(s) in whatever way is appropriate for your program.
It's important to note that when using this syntax, the exceptions should be listed in parentheses as a tuple.