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Sometimes, do you use them at the same meaning?

 

We got the money. and We've got the money.

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    The first one implies that you received money. The second means more that you are in possession of money. They are very similar, though, and can usually be used interchangeably.

    I can give you 2 instances which can help you understand how you use

    We got the money and left his house
    We've got the money , so we do not worry about what is going on tomorrow .

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