The One Ring?
No if it would be the One Ring the sentence would be What has it got in its poketsessssssss
Where's the 'your' in this sentence? Is it implied?
As Lundgren8 said in the comment just above yours, Swedish often prefers the definite form where English uses the possessive. Read more https://www.duolingo.com/comment/6014446
Is "Vad har du i dina fickorna?" also correct?
No. Firstly you can’t use the definite form after a possessor (dina). Secondly, Swedish often prefers the definite form where English uses the possessive. Read more here.
What about "Vad har du i dina fickor"? Duo marked it right but reading the comments, I'm getting that while it might be technically correct, it's not how people commonly speak?
Could you please provide a different link to this information? I study on an android tablet. Thanks a million!
A bit late, but here you go: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/6014446
a sneaky little hobbit must be the author of that
So this sentence can technically be translated to "What do you have in the pockets?", right?
Technically, yes. :)
Why isn't it fickor? Isn't fickorna "the pockets?"
Possessives are inherently definite.
More to the point, why is the Tip given as fickor instead of fickorna when you hover over the word!!
Because "pockets" transltes to fickor in isolation. You need context for the given solution to work. Hints are set coursewide and do not necessarily apply to every sentence.