a word used in place of "have" when "have" would be more appropriate. "Got" referrs to just receiving something, whereas "have" means that you already own it.
1. I got no presents for Christmas last year.
2. I have no talent when it comes to dancing.
1. Have you got any shorts?
(Do you have any shorts?)
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