got
Pronunciation
  • (RP) IPA: /ɡɒt/
  • (America) IPA: /ɡɑt/
  • (Boston, New England) IPA: /ɡʌt/, /ɡɒt/
Verb
  1. simple past tense of get
    We got the last bus home.
  2. (British, Australian, NZ) Past participle of get
    By that time we'd got very cold.
    I've got two children.
    How many children have you got?
  3. Expressing obligation.
    I can't go out tonight, I've got to study for my exams.
  4. (Southern US, with to) must#Verb|must; have (to).
    I got to go study.
    • 1971, Carol King and Gerry Goffin, “Smackwater Jack”, Tapestry, Ode Records
      We got to ride to clean up the streets / For our wives and our daughters!
  5. (Southern US, nonstandard) have
    They got a new car.
    He got a lot of nerve.
  6. (Southern US, AAVE, euphemistic, slang) to be murdered
    He got got.
  7. (Singapore, colloquial) have, there is
    Got problem ah?
Synonyms
  • (must, have (to)) gotta (informal)

GoT
Proper noun
  1. Initialism of Game of Thrones



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