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have or has got meaning “must” has been in use since the early 19th century, often contracted: You've got to carry your passport everywhere.

In the sense “to possess” this construction dates to the 15th century and is also often contracted: She's got a master's degree in biology.

The reanalysis of got as a present-tense form has led to the creation of a third-person singular gots in some varieties of English.

usage: The use of get rather than of forms of to be in the passive (He won't get accepted with those grades) is found today chiefly in informal speech and writing.

gotta is a pronunciation spelling representing this use.

Occasionally condemned as redundant, these uses are nevertheless standard in all varieties of speech and writing.

got without have or has meaning “must” (I got to buy a new suit) is characteristic of highly informal speech.

In American English gotten, although occasionally criticized, is an alternative standard past participle in most senses, esp.

This arose probably by dropping the helping verb have from the past perfects have got, has got.We've got to go, we've got a lot of problems became We got to go, we got a lot of problems.