Complete Definition of "hafta"

English

Etymology
Written form of a w:reduction (linguistics)|reduction of "have to".

Pronunciation
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Verb

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  1. colloquial To have to; be required to; must.

#:I hafta fill in my tax return.

See also
hasta
gotta

Category:English contractions
Category:Eye dialect


Old High German

Etymology
Common Germanic *hefta-, whence also Old English hæft, Old Norse hapt

Noun
hafta m

  1. custody

Category:Old High German nouns


Turkish

Etymology
From Pers.|tr FAchar|ÙÙتÙ

Noun
hafta (objective definite haftayı)

  1. week

References
turkishdictionary.net

Category:Turkish nouns
Category:tr:Time

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