What does I got mine mean?
I GOT MINE; YOU GET YOURS. A selfish mentality that is very common among people, whereby an individual strives to achieve the standards that he wants; and that after achieving, denies responsibility or aid to other people who have yet to achieve the same standards.
What does got mean?
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.”
What are 2 definitions for the word mine?
1 : a pit or tunnel from which minerals (as coal, gold, or diamonds) are taken. 2 : an explosive device placed in the ground or water and set to explode when disturbed (as by an enemy soldier, vehicle, or ship) 3 : a rich source of supply She was a mine of information.
Is got a slang word?
Many listeners, including Sigrid, have been wondering if the phrase “have got” is acceptable English. Well, you have got to check out our previous episode on that topic. It’ll tell you that the answer is yes, you can use this expression, though it is considered informal.
What to say instead of got it?
What is another word for got it?
|you see||am I getting my point across|
|do you get me||do you understand|
|you feel me|
What is English of Akin?
1 : related by blood : descended from a common ancestor or prototype The dog and fox are closely akin. 2 : essentially similar, related, or compatible His interests are akin to mine.
What are different ways to say mine?
That isn’t your bag, it’s mine.
- American English: mine /ˈmaɪn/
- Arabic: مَلِكِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: meu.
- Chinese: 我的
- Croatian: moj.
- Czech: můj.
- Danish: min.
- Dutch: mijn.
Is gotten a proper word?
Gotten is a past tense form of the verb to get. The past tense form of get is got; the past participle of got is gotten. A past participle is a word that’s used with had, have or has. Therefore, it’s perfectly acceptable to use gotten if it’s being used with its companion word.
Is gotten a formal word?
According to what I was taught as school, the past tense of ‘get’ is ‘got’ and ‘gotten’ is “an American corruption and, therefore, is not a proper word”.
Is it rude to say I understand?
On the face of it, the statement “I understand” is the perfect expression of empathy. Unlike Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen’s character in the sitcom), we usually mean it. We are sincere when we say it, so for me to suggest that ‘I understand’ is arrogant may sound insulting. But think of it this way.
How do you say I understand nicely?
You can do that by saying:
- OK / Alright / Sure.
- Got it.
- OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.
- Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.
- Of course / Absolutely.
- I appreciate why you think that, but…
- I hear what you’re saying, but…
- When You Understand Someone’s Feelings: