Talk:got it going on
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Says it's an interjection, but is defined as an adjective. Any ideas? SemperBlotto 19:39, 18 January 2010 (UTC)
- I think that it is a colloquial version of AAVE predicate to have it going on, which I have just added, which has, I think, a more general sense. "He really got it going on" ~ "He really has it going on" ~ "He really has got it going on". See have got for our inadequate coverage of an important component of the expression. Almost any form you can think of is probably citable. I don't know of scope outside AAVE (US). I would expect some use among US youths generally. DCDuring TALK 20:58, 18 January 2010 (UTC)