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Definition of "got" []

  • Past tense and a past participle of get. (verb)

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Use "got" in a sentence
  • "Mercy's mother has got a legacy from some distant relative and now there ain't a soul on whom Jabez Potter thinks he's _got_ to spend money."
  • "Then, too, we -- I speak for everybody -- find it kinder hard to take our orders from anybody but Miss Peggy, who has got the right to give them, which we can't just see that anybody else _has got_."
  • "'_Bhule bisare kausi got_,' or 'A man who has got no _got_ belongs to the Kausi _got_. '"