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  Dictionary Definition of got

got
verb
1. past tense and past participle of get.
-- phrase
2. have got, to have; possess: I've got a house in Tamworth.
3. have got 'em bad, a. to be hallucinating, usually due to delirium tremens. b. to be in a nervous condition.
4. have got it bad, (often followed by for ) to have an infatuation.
5. have got to, (quasimodal phrase) under an obligation to; be obliged to: You've got to go.
6. it's got to be, (an expression indicating conviction, certainty, etc.).
7. what's got into someone?, Colloquial (a query as to what is causing (someone) to behave in an uncharacteristic way, such as angrily, absent-mindedly, etc.): I don't know what's got into your mother. Whew, she's up in the clouds. -- MURRAY BAIL, 1988.