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    The meaning of "we got to party"

    In " Grandma’s Tales," I found the following passage.
    “I know,” Grandma said, “that’s just a side benefit of being reborn. But enough with compliments, we got to party.”
    http://www.journal.alsopreview.com/?p=516

    Can I understand that "we got to party" means "We have got (We've got) to party," where the word "party" is a verb?
    Last edited by Snappy; 12-Nov-2009 at 17:12.

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    Re: The meaning of "we got to party"

    Yes, "we have to celebrate."

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