you've got something (somewhere)

"You've got something ___" is a phrase that you use to tell people that there is food or another substance somewhere on their bodies that it doesn't belong. For example:

Hey, you've got something on your lip.

You've got something in your hair.

"You've got something ___" is similar to "you have something ___". Both are OK for normal conversation, but I would usually say "got something". "Have something" sounds just a little more formal.

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