Yes, in your 2 examples - 'get' means to receive something
But there are other meaning of GET as well:
- fetch/bring something, e.g. Get a drink for me pls.
- punishment, e.g. He got 10 years.
- contact, e.g. I 'll get back to you
- make/persuate,e.g. I got him to help me.
- arrive, e.g. What time did you get there?
- understand, e.g. I got it.
- state/conditions, e.g. get used to, get dressed, get ready , ...
and many more ...