gotcha


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got·cha

 (gŏch′ə)
interj.
Used to indicate understanding or to signal the fact of having caught or defeated another.
n.
A game or endeavor in which one party seeks to catch another out, as in a mistake or lie.

[Contraction of got you.]

gotcha

(ˈɡɒtʃə)
interj
expressing delight at having beaten, caught, or tricked someoneexpressing understanding of what someone has said

got•cha

(ˈgɒtʃ ə)
interj. Pron. Spelling.
got you (used to indicate comprehension, to exultingly point out a blunder, etc.).
Translations

gotcha

interj (inf)
(= I see)kapiert! (inf)
(when catching, hitting, killing sb) → erwischt! (inf)
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