gotcha definition

  • interjection:
    • regularly show understanding or even to signal the fact of experiencing caught or beaten another.
  • noun:
    • a-game or undertaking for which one party seeks to get another out, as in a blunder or rest.
    • A potential problem or source of difficulty.
  • phrase:
    • Got you; have you; like in capture or apprehend.
    • Understand; understand.
    • Got you covered, got the back; when you've got a bonus or duty over someone.
    • Got you right back; as in after causing some type of retaliation or payback against some one.
    • Got you by surprise; Exclamation indicating a fruitful strategy or prank.
    • Got you by shock; as with engineering or computer programming; usually an unintended effect or issue brought on by a tiny difference in areas such command syntax, function definition, outcomes application.

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