from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Informal Contraction of got to: I gotta go home.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- must; need to; be required to
- have a; have got a
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gotta love a strong kickbutt kinda gal though..gotta keep those men in check.
A lot of things gotta to be reconciled, I gotta really know where that brother stands and like I said the label gotta get their act together because they still haven't got their act together all they ever done, me and my management, is be humble about the situation and come in peace but I mean as the days go on we starting to see their little plan to phase me out of the Slum Village legacy and move on without me.
Now what McCain gotta say taking money from Lobbyist and Pac's when Sen Obama has instructed the DNC to do what he has already been doing and NOT take money from these special interest groups!
May 18th, 2009 at 12:02 am love it and title gotta have it very hot want to lick him up
Weather: Perfect Memorial Day weekend weather -- burnt the hell out of my pale (now red) skin -- gotta use sunblock.
But instead of pushing the envelope and using that God awful word gotta or supposed to, just stop for a moment, give them a moment to breathe a little bit.
Uhoh, Esther calls gotta go, plees sumbody pick up afta me?
I hate the phrase you gotta lose one to win one, but that's really what happened.
It's pretty confusing in which context i should use word gotta if you could tell me about it.
Love or hate her, you "gotta" admit, she attracts attention.
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