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What is the synonym of the word got?
Synonyms for got. begot. (also begat), fathered, sired.
Is got a formal word?
Well, you have got to check out our previous episode on that topic. It’ll tell you that the answer is yes, you can use this expression, though it is considered informal.
Can I say got it to Boss?
“I got it.” can be OK to say to a boss, depending on the tone of voice. It means “I understood you perfectly.” If you say it with enthusiasm, then it can mean that “I understand what you want me to do, and will start immediately to get it done.” “Got it” is more informal, but can have the same meaning.
How do you say got it in a professional way?
More formal ways to say “I got it”:
- I see.
- That makes sense.
- It makes sense now.
- It’s clear now.
Is it okay to use got?
There’s nothing wrong with “get” or “got” in certain contexts and genres of writing. For instance, if you are quoting someone, whatever that person said, even if it’s improper grammar, is correct. In formal writing, however, it should probably be ill advised to use.
Is it have or got?
“Have” refers to owning something and “got” refers to receiving something. 3. “Have” is used to refer to actions; “got” is not used to refer to actions or experiences.
Should have got or gotten?
In American English, “got” and “gotten” can both be past participles of the verb “get.” The correct term depends on what you are describing: Use got when referring to a state of possessing something. Use gotten when referring to a process of “getting” something.
What are some synonyms for got?
SYNONYMS FOR get. 1, 2 Get, obtain, acquire, procure, secure imply gaining possession of something. Get may apply to coming into possession in any manner, and either voluntarily or not. Obtain suggests putting forth effort to gain possession, and acquire stresses the possessing after an (often prolonged) effort.
What is a synonym for getting?
Synonyms of get in English: get. See definition of get. 1‘I got the impression he didn’t like me’. SYNONYMS. acquire, obtain, come by, come to have, come into possession of, receive, gain, earn, win, come into, come in for, take possession of, take receipt of, be given.
What is another word for getting?
Another word for getting. getting Synonyms. n. The act of procuring. taking, obtaining, gaining, grasping, catching, earning, winning, seizing, clutching, pursuing, securing, capturing, mastering, possessing oneself of, confiscating, appropriating, assimilating, seeking out, snatching.
What is another word for got to?
Synonyms for got to. aggravated, annoyed, ate, bothered, bugged, burned (up) (or burnt (up)), chafed,