have (got) to go


: to be required to leave
I've got to go. I have a dentist appointment.
: to need to be gotten rid of
These old boxes have (got) to go.
informal : to use the toilet
One of the children said he had to go.

Examples of have (got) to go in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Similar to the offspring of influencer parents who over-share about their children’s lives on social media, reality TV children also have to go about their daily lives, expecting to being recorded. Martha Ross, The Mercury News, 4 June 2024 There's a lot of steps that have to go perfectly right for all that to work. CBS News, 2 June 2024 Trailers for the new entry have teased that Mike and Marcus officers themselves have to go on the run in Ride or Die after the death of their commanding officer Captain Conrad Howard (Joe Pantoliano), who is framed in a corruption case. Tommy McArdle, Peoplemag, 31 May 2024 According to a new report, workers looking to make upwards of $250,000 will have to go into the office, as high-paying job listings with remote schedules dropped 60% this past year. Eleanor Pringle, Fortune, 30 May 2024 See all Example Sentences for have (got) to go 

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“Have (got) to go.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/have%20%28got%29%20to%20go. Accessed 18 Jun. 2024.

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