• got is the past tense and past participle of get.
• you can use have got instead of the more formal `have' when talking about possessing things: see have.
• you can use have got to instead of the more formal `have to' or `must' when talking about something that must be done.
got a bad reputation
• considered to have a wicked character
got a black eye
• skin around the eye was bruised
got a negative answer
• was told "no", received a contrary reply; received an antagonistic reply
got a receipt
• received a receipt
got a slap in the face
• was hurt deeply by another
got a traffic ticket
• received a fine for a traffic violation
got all excited
• became emotional, was enthusiastic, became agitated, became aroused
got an electric shock
• received an electric shock
got an extension
• received a postponement, received a delay, got a deferment
got an invitation
• received an invitation, was invited to attend an affair
• became annoyed, became mad
got away with it
• came out clean, came out unpunished and/or uncaught
got away with murder
• did something objectionable but was not punished
• received something in addition to what is normally due, received premiums, received perks
got carried away ...