Hindi translation of got
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Got is the past tense and past participle of get.
पाया,get का भूतकालिक एवं भूतकालिक कृदन्त रूप
2. transitive verb
You use have got in spoken English when you are saying that someone owns, possesses, or is holding a particular thing, or when you are mentioning a quality or characteristic that someone or something has.
के पास होना
⇒ I've got a coat just like this. ⇒ Have you got any ideas?
You use have got to in spoken English when you are saying that something is necessary or must happen in the way stated.
करना पड़ता है
⇒ I'm not happy with the situation, but I've just got to accept it. ⇒ See, you've got to work very hard.
People sometimes use have got to in spoken English in order to emphasize that they are certain that something is true. In American English, the 'have' is sometimes omitted.
किसी बात की सत्यता पर जोर देने के लिए प्रयुक्त
⇒ He's got to be happy with these results.
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Example Sentences Including 'got'
Then I had another idea: `Listen, I've got a tiny bit of dope on me, enough for a joint.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Of course, she'd have had a shower and changed when she got home, I thought.THE EXECUTION (2002)
What got to me was that she didn't want to get married any more.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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Translation of got from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary