1. a person who possesses great material wealth
1. have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense;
2. have as a feature;
3. of mental or physical states or experiences;
4. have ownership or possession of;
5. cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition;
6. serve oneself to, or consume regularly;
7. have a personal or business relationship with someone;
8. organize or be responsible for;
9. have left;
10. be confronted with;
12. suffer from; be ill with;
13. cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner;
14. receive willingly something given or offered;
15. get something; come into possession of;
16. undergo (as of injuries and illnesses);
17. achieve a point or goal;
18. give birth (to a newborn);
19. have sex with; archaic use;
We have many patterns in stock for you to choose from.
Have we got to the zoo yet?
I shall have to read up on this subject if I am to give a talk about it.
They have fastened up all the parcels.
We have the steel to get this job done.
She seems to have camped up at the third act of the play.
You don't have to go now.
The realisation that the murderer must have been a close friend came as a shock.
This pen is not very good, but we'll have to make it do.
His actions since that morning have been eccentric and unpredictable.
The slaves of the old society have become the masters of the new society.
The men have been gambling away all night.
Have you ever been to a virgin forest?
The seats have no back against which to lean.
Have you finished loading up yet?
The robbers have flown the country.
You have to pay ￡2 admission.
With a little care you could have avoided the mishap.
I have been there once.
I shall have to gather myself together to face the whole board of directors.
He asked his father for the car, but his father said right off that he couldn't have it.
I have omitted calling on you for fear of disturbing you.
If I'd known this beforehand, I would not have gone back.
Never before have I heard this song sung in chorus.
The kids have muddled up all the photos.
The sailors have taken the beach.
We have luncheon at twelve o'clock.
I have no adequate preparation.
Many poets and artists have drawn their inspiration from nature.
had on red shoes.
To be scheduled
We have a dinner party on for tomorrow evening.
have a care (或 an eye 等)
have got it bad
(或 badly)(informal)be very powerfully affected emotionally, especially by love
have had it informal 非正式
be in a very poor condition; be beyond repair or past its best
the car had had it.
be unable to tolerate someone or something any longer
I've had it with him—he's humiliated me once too often!.
[with clause]express the view that (used to indicate that the speaker is reporting something which they do not necessarily believe to be fact)
rumour had it that although he lived in a derelict house, he was really very wealthy.
win a decision, especially after a vote
the ayes have it.
have found the answer to something
‘I have it!’ Rosa exclaimed.
have it away (on one's toes)
(Brit. informal)leave quickly
have it away or off
(Brit. vulgar slang)have sexual intercourse
have it both ways
have got it in for
(informal)feel a particular dislike of (someone) and behave in a hostile manner towards them
have got it in one to do something
(informal)have the capacity or potential (to do something)
everyone thinks he has it in him to produce a literary classic.
have a nice day
(chiefly US)used to express good wishes when parting
have got nothing on informal 非正式
be not nearly as good as (someone or something), especially in a particular respect
(have nothing 或 something on someone)know nothing (or something) discreditable or incriminating about someone
I am not worried—they've got nothing on me.
have nothing to do with
I am not worried—they've got nothing on me.
have a crush on somebody
She has a crush on the new gym mistress.
have it in for somebody
Hatfmld had it in for McCoy.
have a captain
Have a captain at this!
have tbe hots for somebody
I'd never have the deep undying hots for that rah-rah boy.
have a bone to pick with
They had a bone to pick with neighbouring villages.
The ambassador had a bone to pick with the student demonstrations.
Do I have to paint (you) a picture. (=Do I have to draw you a picture?)
Do I have to draw you a picture or you can visualize this?
eat, dine, have, consume, devour, gorge, swallow
have, hold, own, possess, keep, enjoy
make, cause, get, have, render
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