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    what is the meaning of "got my vans on"?

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    Re: help me with the meaning

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    what is the meaning of "got my vans on"?
    "Vans" would seem to be the name of a shoe company, so I would imagine it means "I'm wearing my "vans" shoes". Look here: Vans Shoes - Official Site

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    Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question, never really thought of that... i've been reading all these posts bout the proper way to use meaning, means and meant.. can you pls correct me with my questioning.. thanks again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaji123 View Post
    Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question, never really thought of that... i've been reading all these posts bout the proper way to use meaning, means and meant.. can you pls correct me with my questioning.. thanks again..
    The verb is "to mean" the simple past and past participle is "meant", "meaning" is the present participe/gerund form. As with all English verbs, it takes an "s" in the third person singular, he/she/it, there fore we get "she/he/it means".

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