to make an opening attack on, esp in fencing
to ask (a person) to give a service
to win a victory
to cause to appear for trial
to be completely finished
If an idea, plan, or activity has legs, it is likely to continue or succeed.
a person or group of people in possession of relatively little material wealth
people who are very poor
to settle (a matter) or come to (a final decision ), esp by fighting or by frank discussion (often in the phrase have it out )
If two people have sex, they perform the act of sex.
A must-have is something modern that many people want to have.
(of people attempting arduous or dangerous tasks) brave or spirited
to have obtained
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 .
If you have company, you have a visitor or friend with you.
to be extremely worried or upset by something
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:
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