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Definition of "have got" []

  • To be obliged or obligated. (verb)
  • To have, own or possess. (verb)
  • To have (a future engagement). (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "have got" in a sentence
  • "Federal regulators have got to address the '' casino environment '' on Wall Street where computerized high-frequency trading can trigger market-shaking turmoil, Senate Banking"
  • "“Whatever happens, We have got / The Maxim gun, and they have not”: The bodies of Khalifa Abdullahi center left and his commanders at Umm Debeikerat in Kordofan, November 24, 1899."
  • "In 1995, Noel Rose approached Virginia Ladd, president of the then fledgling American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association AARDA, the only autoimmune advocacy organization that encompasses all of the autoimmune diseases, and said, “We have got to find the numbers.”"