Verb: было


the old traditions in which they had been bred - старые традиции, в которых они были воспитаны

the staff had a core of experts - в штат входила постоянная группа экспертов

the feigned address he had previously assumed - когда-то придуманный им адрес

you had your innings - ваше время прошло

a bunch of antelopes which we had jumped the day before - стадо антилоп, которое мы вспугнули накануне

we had a rattling time - мы великолепно провели время

the gentlemen who had been so foully slandered - люди, которых так подло оклеветали

conflict had many repercussions - конфликт повлёк за собой многочисленные последствия

great book-sale had congregated all the fancy - большой книжный аукцион собрал всех любителей

crowd had the thrill of their lives - толпа была наэлектризована до последней степени

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You had better go home. - Шли бы вы лучше домой.

He had his watch repaired. - Ему починили часы.

The cat had six kittens. - Кошка родила шестерых котят.

He has had it. - Хватит с него. / Он умер /отмучался/. / Ему конец.

He had his pocket picked. - Его обокрали.

He can be had for a price. - Его можно подкупить за определённую сумму.

She had a sudden heart attack. - У неё внезапно случился сердечный приступ.

They had it that he was guilty. - Они утверждали, что он виновен.

He realized that he'd been had. - Он понял, что его надули.

I had her on the carpet twisting. - Она у меня на ковре танцевала твист.

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Связанные термины:

have: You use the forms have and has with a past participle to form the present perfect tense of verbs .

had best: If you say that someone had best do something or that they ' d best do it, you mean they ought to do it. Some people consider this to be non-standard.

had better: would be wise, sensible, etc to

had rather: to consider or find preferable that

had sooner: would rather; would prefer to

to be had: If you have been had, someone has tricked you, for example by selling you something at too high a price .

have had it: to be exhausted, defeated, or killed

have at: to make an opening attack on, esp in fencing

have in: to ask (a person) to give a service

have on: to wear

have up: to cause to appear for trial

have out: to settle (a matter) or come to (a final decision ), esp by fighting or by frank discussion (often in the phrase have it out )

has had its day: If you say that something has had its day, you mean that the period during which it was most successful or popular has now passed .

have had enough: If you say that you have had enough, you mean that you are unhappy with a situation and you want it to stop .

to have had it: If you say that someone has had it, you mean they are in very serious trouble or have no hope of succeeding .

have had one's chips: to be defeated, condemned to die, killed, etc

have had your chips: to have completely failed in something that you were trying to do

have had a drop too much: to be drunk

have had one's fill of sth: If you have had your fill of something, you have had enough of it, and do not want to experience it any more or do it any more.

if I had/given my druthers: You can say that you would do something if I had my druthers or given my druthers when you mean that you would do it if you were able to choose .

someone has had their day: said to mean that the period during which someone was most successful has now passed

to have had a good war: to have made the most of the opportunities presented to one during wartime

has been around/had been around: If someone has been around, they have had a lot of experience of different people and situations .

have had a bellyful of something: to find something very irritating or boring, and not want to experience it any longer

have had your fill of something: to have had as much of something bad as you can manage

have done something more than someone has had hot dinners: to have done something a great number of times

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Однокоренные слова:

hadal - абиссальный

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