have (got) someone or something covered

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of have (got) someone or something covered

informal
: to have done, gotten, or provided whatever is needed : take care of everything
  • Don't worry about a thing. We've got you covered.
  • You don't need to buy soda for the party. We've already got that covered.

Word by Word Definitions

got
  1. : past tense and past participle of get

someone play
  1. : some person : somebody

something play
  1. : some indeterminate or unspecified thing

  2. : some indeterminate amount more than a specified number

  3. : a person or thing of consequence

  1. : in some degree : somewhat

  2. used as an intensive giving adverbial force to an adjective

cover play covered
  1. : to guard from attack

  2. : to have within the range of one's guns : command

  3. : to hold within range of an aimed firearm

  1. : something that protects, shelters, or guards: such as

  2. : natural shelter for an animal

  3. : a position or situation affording protection from enemy fire


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