Verb: иметь обладать содержать получать
Noun: обман мошенничество


to get / have a bellyful of - пресытиться чем-л.

to get / have the best of it - победить, взять верх

to have the best of the bargain - быть в наиболее выгодном положении

to have the blazing cheek to say smth. - иметь бесстыдную наглость сказать что-л.

to have / be in the blues - быть в плохом настроении, хандрить

to have a bottle - выпить, пропустить рюмочку

to have one's bowels open, to empty / evacuate / move one's bowels - иметь стул

to have one's bread buttered for life - быть материально обеспеченным на всю жизнь

to eat / have breakfast - завтракать

Drink as you have brewed. - Сам заварил кашу, сам и расхлёбывай. (посл.)

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Have done! - Перестань!, хватит!

I have no money on me. - У меня нет при себе денег.

I have a cold. - Я простужен.

Have no doubt. - Можете не сомневаться.

We have him now. - Теперь он наш.

April has 30 days. - В апреле 30 дней.

Let him have it. - Дай ему взбучку.

Have a nice day! - Всего доброго! / Всего хорошего! / Хорошего дня! / До свидания!

What do we have here? - Что тут у нас?

I have everything I want. - У меня есть всё, что я хочу.

Sorry, I've got to go now. - Извините, я должен идти.

We don't have time to stay. - У нас нет времени оставаться.

I don't have any money left - У меня совсем не осталось денег. / У меня не осталось ни копейки.

We've got things to do. - Нам есть, чем заняться.

What would you have me do? - Что вы хотите, чтобы я сделал?

Do they have a new car? - У них что, новый автомобиль?

Have him return it at once. - Заставь его немедленно это вернуть.

I have two years left. - У меня осталось два года.

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

Now we have a fine mess. - Теперь у нас настоящий бардак / сам чёрт ногу сломит.

We'll have no more of that. - Мы этого больше не потерпим.

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

Have they got a new car? - У них что, новая машина?

He had his pocket picked. - Его обокрали.

The car has power brakes. - У этого автомобиля мощные тормоза.

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

Have him come here at five. - Пригласи его прийти в пять часов.

Have you seen him anywhere? - вы его где-нибудь видели?

He has only a little French. - Он знает французский очень плохо.

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

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Связанные термины:

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

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

have it: to win a victory

have on: to wear

have up: to cause to appear for trial

have done: to be completely finished

have got: to possess

have legs: If an idea, plan, or activity has legs, it is likely to continue or succeed.

have-not: a person or group of people in possession of relatively little material wealth

have-nots: people who are very poor

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 )

have sex: If two people have sex, they perform the act of sex.

must-have: A must-have is something modern that many people want to have.

have-a-go: (of people attempting arduous or dangerous tasks) brave or spirited

have gotten: to have obtained

have issues: If someone has issues with a particular aspect of their life, they have problems connected with it.

I have it: I know the answer

have a cow: to become very upset or angry

have a few: to consume several ( or too many) alcoholic drinks

have a fit: If you say that someone will have a fit when they hear about something, you mean that they will be very angry or shocked .

have company: If you have company, you have a visitor or friend with you.

have kittens: to be extremely worried or upset by something

have occasion: If you have occasion to do something, it is necessary for you to do it.

have to be: to be unquestionably or without doubt

have to do: You use have to when you are saying that something is necessary or required, or must happen . If you do not have to do something, it is not necessary or required.

have a ball: If you are having a ball, you are having a very enjoyable time.

have a bash: to make an attempt

have a care: to be careful

have a (good: to feel (strongly) inclined to

have a heart!: be kind or merciful

have a lash: to make an attempt at or take part in (something)

have a life: If you say that you have a life, you mean that you have interests and activities, particularly outside your work, which make your life enjoyable and worthwhile .

have a moan: If you have a moan, you complain about something.

have a nerve: If you say that someone has a nerve or has the nerve to do something, you are criticizing them for doing something which you feel they had no right to do.

have got sth: You use have got to say that someone has a particular thing, or to mention a quality or characteristic that someone or something has. In informal American English, people sometimes just use 'got'.

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

have in mind: to remember

have it away: to have sexual intercourse

have it good: to be in comfortable circumstances

have it off: to have sexual intercourse

have it out: to settle an issue, disagreement, etc. by fighting or discussion

have need to: to be compelled or required to; must

have none of: If you say that someone will have none of something, or is having none of something, you mean that they refuse to accept it.

have pity on: to have sympathy or show mercy for

only have to: If you say you only have to do one thing in order to achieve or prove a second thing, you are emphasizing how easily the second thing can be achieved or proved.

have a go at: to try ; attempt

have a record: to be a known criminal ; have a previous conviction or convictions

have a stomack: to be pregnant

have bought it: to be killed

have eyes for: to be interested in

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Однокоренные слова:

have down - принимать в качестве гостя
have in - иметь в доме
have off - выучить наизусть, иметь выходной, отпуск, имитировать, подражать
have on - быть одетым в, обманывать, разыгрывать, быть занятым чем-л.
have out - приглашать, дать закончить, удалять, вынимать
have up - приглашать, вызывать в суд, привлекать к суду

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