mainly US informal. used to tell someone that you believe they can or will succeed in dealing with something: I know you can lose that weight! You got this!
What is meant by I got this?
mainly US informal. used to tell someone that you can or will deal with something: Its OK, I got this. Go back to what you were doing. Dealing with things or people.
Is it you got this or youve got this?
You got this is more like slang; people say it all the time, but its not technically correct. Youve got this is actually grammatically correct.
Whats another way to say you got this?
you got this > synonyms »have you had this exp. »you could handle it exp. »you take care of it exp. »you take care of that exp.
What does Got it mean in slang?
Usage notes In informal contexts, Got it? or You got it? means Do you understand? and Got it. or I got it. means I understand.
Why do people say youve got this?
used to tell someone that you believe they can or will succeed in dealing with something: I know you can lose that weight! You got this!
How do you say I Seeally formally?
I see. is informal, and is often used by friends talking to each other. The original poster is correct that I understand is more formal than I see, and that both I understand and I see are often used by doctors who are listening to patients.
What does you got it girl mean?
its like a flirty way of telling a girl that she is attractive or you are interested in her.
Is got a slang word?
Itll tell you that the answer is yes, you can use this expression, though it is considered informal.
What should I reply to you got this?
Senior Member. English, U.S. I have heard older people complain about the use of you got it and no problem in response to thank you. Some of them think its rude. If youre in the company of older people and want to be polite, its best to say youre welcome in response to thank you.
What does I Got You mean in a relationship?
I got you” can mean “I understand you” or “I understand what you are saying”. But in addition to that, it can mean things like “Dont worry, I will support you/help you if something goes wrong”.
Is youve got correct grammar?
“You have got” fully correct, relatively formal, often stresses importance. For example, “You have got to go to school today as you have missed too many days already.” “Youve” (short for “You have”) - more casual and familiar, less important. For example “Youve got a great smile.” “You got” (have is missing).
What can I say instead of I know?
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How do you say I see differently?
I see. is informal, and is often used by friends talking to each other....If you are not being sarcastic, you could say:I understand. (from the original post.)Ive done that.Bummer! (Possibly followed by I hate it when that happens. or Dont you hate it when that happens?)Jan 31, 2015
Do you mean youre welcome?
When one responds to a yes/no question, you got it means thats right, as in you got (guessed) the correct answer. When in response to thank you it means simply youre welcome.
What Go Girl means?
New Word Suggestion. An expression of encouragement. It originated from the show Martin starring Martin Lawrence and Tisha Campbell. When the character Martin was given his girlfriend Gina motivation or a compliment he would say You go girl, with enthusiasm.
Whats wrong with the word got?
“Got” is the past tense of “get,” which critics dont seem to have any problem with. Instead, the “got” squad focuses on the past tense alone, suggesting that they probably havent thought things through. Its like condemning the word “walked” while expressing no objection to “walk.”