Have - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- have as a feature (syn: feature)
- go through (mental or physical states or experiences) (syn: experience, get, receive)
- have ownership or possession of (syn: own, possess)
- cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition (syn: get, let)
- have a personal or business relationship with someone
- organize or be responsible for (syn: give, hold, make, throw)
- have left
- be confronted with
- undergo (syn: experience)
- suffer from; be ill with
- cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner (syn: cause, get, induce, make, stimulate)
- receive willingly something given or offered (syn: accept, take)
- get something; come into possession of (syn: receive)
- undergo (as of injuries and illnesses) (syn: get, suffer, sustain)
- achieve a point or goal (syn: get, make)
- cause to be born (syn: bear, birth, deliver)
- have sex with; archaic use (syn: take)
Do they have a new car?
You can have it until I get back.
She has a red bike, and I have a blue one.
She got another part-time job and now she has two jobs.
I'm looking for the newspaper. Do you have it?
He had the newspaper right in his hand.
I used to have a necklace like that, but I lost it.
She used to share a room with her sister, but now she has her own room.
Have they got a new car?
We've got things to do.
I have everything I want.
I have no money on me.
The car has power brakes.
He has only a little French.
We don't have time to stay.
present participle: having
past tense: had
past participle: had