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      • Native Language:
      • Korean
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      • South Korea
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    • Join Date: Jan 2012
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    #1

    have got to

    "Robin, you've got to get over this Ted and Victoria thing. You had your chance, and now he's moved on. Can't you just be happy for them?"

    I know that all English native speakers say "have got to" when they say something. But actually, I don't get it. What does that mean? Does it have more than one meaning? Thanks.

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      • New Zealand
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      • Australia

    • Join Date: Nov 2010
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    #2

    Re: have got to

    not a teacher

    you have got to do something = it is necessary for you to do it, you must do it, you are obliged to do it.

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