Got meaning

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Expressing obligation.

I can't go out tonight, I've got to study for my exams.

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Simple past tense of get.

We got the last bus home.

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(Southern US, UK, slang) Have.

They got a new car.

He got a lot of nerve.

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(Southern US, with to) Must; have (to).

I got to go study.

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Got is defined as to have received or bought something.

An example of the use of got is in the sentence, "He got a new bicycle yesterday," which means that he bought a new bicycle yesterday.

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(UK, New Zealand) Past participle of get.

By that time we'd got very cold.

I've got two children.

How many children have you got?

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Origin of got