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gotchaexclamation

 us   /ˈɡɑtʃ·ə/ not standard
(spelled the way it is often spoken) got you: "Gotcha (= caught you), you little thief!" she cried, as I tried to snatch a cookie from the table. Gotcha also means I understand what you are trying to say: "So be sure you get here by three." "Gotcha."
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