Let's say I'm in an Italian restaurant with my family. We do something that doesn't please the owner, so he gets very angry and in Italian he yells at us to leave. We get up to leave. He keeps yelling at us, so I say:
"We get it, alright? You don't have to yell."
Is the emboldened part perfectly natural in the context to mean we understand what you're saying (even though we don't know your language)?
Would it be more natural to say:
"We got it..."