Learn how to say Ought correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word ought:
verb (3rd singular present and past ought)
1used to indicate duty or correctness, typically when criticizing someone’s actions:
they ought to respect the law
thanks for your letter which I ought to have answered sooner
used to indicate a desirable or expected state:
he ought to be able to take the initiative
used to give or ask for advice:
you ought to go
what ought I to do?
2used to indicate something that is probable:
five minutes ought to be enough time
Old English āhte, past tense of āgan ‘owe’ (see owe)