Definitions and translations for "have got"

Definition of have got

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To be obliged or obligated.
I've got to do my homework.
2. Used to express necessity or a high degree of certainty
It has got to be true, it's a syllogism.
My luck has got to change.
3. To have, own or possess.
I've got a house in the country.
She's got three children. One boy and two girls.
4. To have (a future engagement).
I can't stay, I've got school tomorrow morning.
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English - English - have got

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there is, there are, there exists

English - Spanish - have got

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tener

English - French - have got

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il y a

English - German - have got

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haben

English - Italian - have got

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dovere, avere da

English - Portuguese - have got

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ter

English - Romanian - have got

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v. avea, trebui

English - Russian - have got

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г. иметь

English - Turkish - have got

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sahibi ol

English - Dutch - have got

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heb

English - Chinese - have got

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拥有

English - Chinese - have got

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擁有

English - Japanese - have got

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持っている
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