Q: Got a messy field here. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Yes, you are correct. He is using "field" as a metaphor for "body."
Q: Got me looking, got me looking so crazy in love とはどういう意味ですか?
A: you look like a person who is crazy inlove like:
always wants to be near the person, changed your clothes multiple times before you go out, always smiling ears to ears when you see that person, you feel flutters in your heart when your near the person so on and so forth...
Q: Got a medic! とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A medic is a person that practices medicine and an ambulance is a vehicle used to carry those who are critically injured to a hospital for medical attention.
Q: Got told とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It depends on the context but it usually means 「叱られた」or 「論破された」
Example sentence: "You just got told!"

Also, this is a slang term so it's inappropriate for formal situations.
Q: Got a long list of ex-lovers とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Taylor Swift meant that she has a lot of ex boyfriends


Q: Got it (gotta) を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Sorry for the late response. It’s very informal to speak this way, as it is slang. It’s most common in texting. But yes, basically it’s another way of saying the infinitive form of a verb. Instead of “want to” people say “wanna”. “Gotta” is sort of irregular because it replaces “have to”.
Q: Got e Get を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I got this gift for my mom. (Past tense)
I will get this gift for my mom. (Future tense)

Q: Get, Got, Gotten を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I get what you're saying. I went to the store but I didn't know what to get. I need to get a present for my sisters birthday. I got sick. I got a good grade on the test yesterday. I haven't gotten a bad grade in this class yet. I would have gotten the apples instead of the oranges if I were you.
Q: "Get, Got, Gotten"
I know the meaning of the verb, but it's difficult to know by which verbs can be replaced を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Get = present tense
Got = past participle and simple past
Gotten = (only!) past participle

I get it. (I understand)

I got it (I understood).
(You can't say "I gotten it")

I've got used to it.
= I've gotten used to it.

I've got a lot of those (= I have a lot of those. Here you can't replace it with gotten: "I've gotten a lot of those" in this sense, because it would mean something else, namely "I've received a lot of those")
Q: Got it を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: A: meet me at the park at 12, ok?
B: got it!

A: I want you to finish all this work
B: got it

A: do you have the book?
B: got it


Q: Got it ? と Does it make sense ? はどう違いますか?
A: It depends on the context. It isn't really something you say when you are angry, but you can say anything with an angry tone.
Q: Got it と Understood はどう違いますか?
A: 1) "Got it" is less formal, so it's not well suited for formal writing
2) "Got it" is instantaneous duration and represents an action that happened at a single point in time -- the moment you came to understand something. "Understood" can be either instantaneous or long duration, i.e. it can represent the one time transition from not understanding to understanding, or it can refer to a constant state of you understanding something. This makes it ambiguous when you use it in the past, so when you want to show that you understand something that was just explained to you, it is typical to either say "I got it" or "I understand (in the present)". "I understood" is less typical.
Q: Got it と Okay はどう違いますか?
A: “Okay” isn’t always equal to “I understand” ... for example, it can mean you agree with someone, versus you understand them. 気をつけて!難しいね〜
Q: Got と Have はどう違いますか?
A: "I have this already"
"I just got this from the shops"

"Have" is when you already possess.
"Got" is to obtain something. It is the past tense of "get".
Q: Got と Get はどう違いますか?
A: Got= past tense
Get= future tense

Use got when talking about something that already happened

Use get when talking about something that will happen later


Q: Got me jumping them hurdles

es, me tienes saltando los obstáculos o me hizo saltar los obstáculos? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: El primero tal y como lo pusiste: "Me tienes" así que agrégale el "you":

You got me jumping over obstacles.

El segundo suena más a tercera persona:

It/She/He made me jump over obstacles.
Q: Understood. Got it. etc. in a formal way は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: thank you!
Q: Got a big doubt, do you say : there were a lot of scaffoldings or there was a lot of scaffolding ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: there was a lot of scaffolding
Q: Got Something Stuck In Your Eye? I will Get It Out for you. Is it natural to say? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?


Q: Got any abvice as someone who's recently been experienced?
A: Got any advice as someone who has recently experienced this?
Any advice as you've been through this yourself?
Q: Got it, thank you! この表現は自然ですか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: Can I say "Got friends?"in a causal manner by the meaning of "Do you have friends?"
A: The most casual you can get I think is "You got friends ?" Got friends sounds too grammatically incorrect.
Q: "Got down" and "Bent down" are the same?

For example:

"There was a bat flying over my head, so I got down, so it wouldn't hit my head"

"When I got down to grab the money from the ground..."
"When I bent down to grab the money from the ground..."
A: Yes, "got down" and bent down" are basically the same thing. Though, if you want to be specific, "bent down" implies that the person only leaned their torso down while "get down" could imply that the person got on their knees or at least bent them.
Q: Got a , gotta
What's the difference between these two pronunciation?
A: There is a short pause between "Got" and "a" while "gotta is said all together." However if you are speaking fast this might not necessarily happen. Native speakers would be able to tell if you were saying "Got a" or "gotta" because "Got a" is followed by a noun while "gotta" is followed by a verb. Other than that there is no big difference in pronunciation.