to have got to (= to have to = must)

 

I've got to go.
I've got to know.
But I've got to go.
Now I've got to run.
But we've got to do something.
I'll tell you what we've got to do.
I'm dead tired, I've got to get some sleep.
All we've got to do is to sit back and wait.
That's not all you've got to tell me, is it?
I've got to get my candidate out of here, he knew.
But I've got to admit, I'd really like to know why.
We've got to know what we're getting into over there.
We've got to get you warmed up before you catch pneumonia.
But damn it, you've got to give me some cooperation on this.
Since we've got to sit here, can I send out for a drink for you?
They've got to be somewhere out there and they will have flashlights.
But you've got to remember, Janet, that women have certain physical limitations.
Sam looked at me and sanctimoniously boomed, 'We've got to cooperate as much as possible.
See, you need to become aware of the superiority of my world, and to do that you've got to live in it a while.

 

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