Examples of gotcha in a Sentence
The program has a few gotchas in store for unsuspecting computer users.
the gotcha in the low monthly rate quoted by the cable company is that it is a teaser and good for only six months
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Another gotcha in the above fine print: This card (and many others) pays loss-of-use only if verified by the rental company’s log.
In the game of gotcha, this breastfeeding mom just won.
In essence, the courts were playing gotcha with the President—accusing him of saying one thing in public while his Administration was saying something else in court.
And his attacks have spawned a cottage industry of Trump supporters who have declared a digital war of sorts against CNN, including gotcha videos of network employees and threatening messages sent to anchors’ cellphones.
This can feel like a gotcha for customers who are not fully aware of how roaming works.
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Origin and Etymology of gotcha
First Known Use: 1974See Words from the same year
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