Got [verb]

Definition of Got:

come into possession of; achieve

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Sentence/Example of Got:

So you have to find your moments where you may not get the feedback that you want, but you got to walk away knowing that you did everything that you can to bring that character alive.

She’s persistent in some good ways, in some bad ways, but you got to give her credit for what she’s done.

When there’s blood in the water, when it looks like everything’s terrible, you got to buy.

I got to work by finding out where I could link to our guide internally from as many relevant posts on our blog as possible.

When he says this, entrepreneurs just leap out of the woodwork and they say, “You know, you got to be optimistic to get anything done!”

And a handsomely got-up pamphlet, illustrated with woodcuts, was placed in my hands, and I began to study the pages.

Smart, well-got-up young fellow, with a taste for the good things of life, but a trifle thin in the wearing parts.

This is taking the wise in their own craftiness, I reckon: and richly you deserve to lose all your ill-got hoard.

There's not an avenin' but I thinks to meself: Now, me dear, yu've a-got one more to fennish, an' then yu'll 'eve yore cup o' tea.

The handsome and expensively got-up publications inaugurated by Mr. Ackermann, began to occupy our artist in 1799.