She's got a bad attitude?

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Hello,

"She's got a bad attitude."
Is this the same as she had a bad attitude?

Thank you,
Ryo
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She's got a bad attitude - present general statement.
She had a bad attitude - either talking about a single time in the past or as a general statement in the past. Now she doesn't have a bad attitude.
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ryotaro"She's got a bad attitude."Is this the same as she had a bad attitude?
No.

She's got = She has got = She has.
Not 'She had'.

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