have got
Verb

have got

  1. (transitive, idiomatic, especially, UK) To have.
    George MacDonald, 1868, At the Back of the North Wind ↗
    “Well, your mother has got three windows into my dancing room, and you have three into my garret.”
  2. (modal, idiomatic, with infinitive) To be obliged or obligated; must, have to, got to
    I've got to do my homework.



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