Definition of gotta in English:



  • 1Have got a.

    ‘I gotta licence’
    • ‘She gotta nice voice.’
    • ‘I gotta car.’
    1. 1.1Have got to.
      ‘you gotta be careful’
      • ‘I gotta go to City Hall, but City Hall doesn't have it, the bank doesn't have it, nobody has it.’
      • ‘I promise, updates and funny quotes and such soon, just gotta get the school writing out of the way first.’
      • ‘We gotta steal from each other so we can survive and feed our children.’
      • ‘So July was a bit too relaxed on this blog, I gotta try to update a little more often!’
      • ‘Yeah, it's true mate, you gotta be really careful of not only what you say but how you say it.’
      • ‘Until then I gotta keep productive and continuing praying for our relocation to the NE.’
      • ‘I gotta confess that I was a little scared that I wasn't going to like Megadef as much as I wanted to.’
      • ‘We buy yours too, just that sometimes you gotta get away from the locals.’
      • ‘You gotta be weaponed to live and to survive in the Detroit underground.’
      • ‘So yea I gotta give everyone who helped out or offered to help madd love.’
      • ‘You gotta love a band who makes the too-cool-for-school indie kids jump up and down.’
      • ‘It's not really important for me to date anyone in my religion, but I gotta marry a Jew.’
      • ‘You gotta love a mix that includes confections from Kevin Yost, Miguel Migs and Sandy Rivera.’
      • ‘Seriously, you gotta love the bogans who plan to celebrate their lottery win with a meal of champagne and pizza.’
      • ‘You gotta love DC, where you always have to worry your best friend is wearing a wire.’
      • ‘Sometimes you hear it a lot; sometimes you gotta hear from a certain person.’
      • ‘It's not the same voice by any means, but you gotta wonder how they both made it with those rusty pipes.’
      • ‘Some are really low, like, it must be a trick, and some are really high, like, you gotta be kidding, man.’
      • ‘Anyhow, I gotta go do my thing and get outta here… educating young minds today you know!’