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|I/you/we/they||have/have got against|
|he/she/it||has/has got against|
|present participle||having/having got against|
|past tense||had/had got against|
|past participle||had/had got against|
I don't know what he's got against me, but he's always criticizing my work.
We've nothing against him personally: it's just that we don't trust politicians.
I think it's a brilliant idea. What have you got against it?
I've got nothing against intelligence tests, as long as they're done properly.
This is the British English definition of have / have got against. View American English definition of have / have got against.
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