I have a car. = I've got a car. => У меня есть машина.

значения to get

входит в состав формы to have got, где не имеет никакого смыслового значения (= to have) входит в состав формы to have got to, где не имеет никакого смыслового значения (= to have to = must):
I've got him!
I've got to go.
I've got a name.
I've got command.
I've got to know.
But I've got to go.
Now I've got these.
We've got seven kids.
I've got work to do.
Now I've got to run.
I've got lots of money.
I've got a connection.
But I've got a question.
I've got business to do.
You've got a car, right?
I've got an idea to pull.
I've got two guys ashore.
I've got a life, you know.
I've got feelings for him.
I've got the passports here.
Well, you've got my number.
But we've got to do something.
You've got blood on your cheek.
I've got your cell phone number.
They've got that damned disease.
I've got a spare pair of pyjamas.
‘You've got some spare keys, sir?
In other words, we've got nothing.
I'll tell you what we've got to do.
I've got more than I need, in fact.
I've got a pint of scotch in my room.
I've got a wonderful – odd, actually!
I've got my relatives to worry about.
As I say: maybe I've got it all wrong.


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