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have pronunciación
verb (has , past tense & past participle had , present participle having )
1 to possess or own They have a big house .
2 to possess as a characteristic or quality He has brown eyes .
3 to receive, obtain or take I'll have a drink He had a look .
4 to think of or hold in the mind I have an idea .
5 to experience, enjoy or suffer You'll have a good time I have a headache I had my car stolen .
6 to be in a specified state The book has a page missing .
7 to arrange or hold I'm having a party .
8 to take part in something We had a conversation .
9 to cause, order or invite someone to do something or something to be done You should have your hair cut They had him fired .
10 to state or assert Rumour has it that they've only just met .
11 to place I'll have the fridge in this corner .
12 to eat or drink I had beans and chips .
13 to gain an advantage over or control of someone You have me on that point .
14 colloq to cheat or deceive You've been had .
15 to show or feel I have no pity for them She had the goodness to leave .
16 with negatives to accept or tolerate I won't have any of that!
17 to receive as a guest We're having people to dinner .
18 to be pregnant with or give birth to (a baby, etc) She had a boy .
19 coarse slang to have sexual intercourse with someone.
20 to possess a knowledge of something I have some French .
auxiliary verb used with a past participle to show that the action or actions described have been completed, as in I have made the cake and She has been there many times .
1 (haves ) colloq people who have wealth and the security it brings the haves and the have-nots .
2 slang a trick or swindle.
[Anglo-Saxon habban ]
had better or best?would do best to? I had better be off .
had rather or sooner?would consider preferable that? I had rather you didn't bother .
have had it colloq
1 to be dead, ruined or exhausted.
2 to have missed one's opportunity.
3 to become unfashionable.
have it coming colloq to deserve the bad luck, punishment, etc that one will suffer.
have it in for someone colloq to feel hostile towards them and wish to cause them unpleasantness.
have it in one to have the courage or ability within oneself (to do something).
have it off or away with someone Brit coarse slang to have sexual intercourse with them.
have it out to settle a disagreement by arguing or discussing it frankly.
have to be to surely be That has to be the reason .
have to be or do something to be required to be or do it He had to run fast We had to be gentle .
have to do with someone to have dealings with them.
have to do with something to be of relevance to it.
have what it takes colloq to have the required qualities or ability.
I have it! or I've got it! I have found the answer, solution, etc.
let someone have it colloq to launch an attack on them, either physical or verbal.
have someone on colloq to trick or tease them.
have something on to have an engagement or appointment.
have something on someone to have information about them, especially adverse or incriminating information.
have something out to have (a tooth, etc) extracted or removed.
have someone up for something Brit colloq to bring them to court to answer (a charge) He was had up for robbery .

have A common error is the insertion of an extra have after had in sentences such as: ? If he had have done it, I would have been very angry. ? If they'd have told me earlier, I would have been able to prevent it .

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