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  1. have

    VERB

    1. possess, own, or hold:
      "he had a new car and a boat" ·
      "have you got a job yet?" · "I don't have that much money on me"
      synonyms: possess · own · be in possession of · be the owner of ·
      be the (proud) possessor of · have in one's possession · have to one's name · count among one's possessions · be blessed with · boast · enjoy · keep · maintain · retain · hold · use · utilize · occupy
      antonyms: be bereft of
      • possess (a quality, characteristic, or feature):
        "the ham had a sweet, smoky flavour" ·
        "she's got blue eyes" · "the house has gas-fired central heating"
      • informal
        NORTH AMERICAN
        (have oneself)
        provide or indulge oneself with (something):
        "he had himself two highballs"
      • be made up of; comprise:
        "in 1989 the party had 10,000 members"
        synonyms: comprise · consist of · contain · include ·
        incorporate · be composed of · be made up of · be formed of · embrace · embody · encompass · take in · comprehend
      • used to indicate a particular relationship:
        "he's got three children" ·
        "do you have a client named Peters?"
      • be able to make use of (something available or at one's disposal):
        "how much time have I got for the presentation?"
      • possess as an intellectual attainment; know (a language or subject):
        "he knew Latin and Greek; I had only a little French"
    2. experience; undergo:
      "I went to a few parties and had a good time" ·
      "I was having difficulty in keeping awake"
      synonyms: experience · encounter · undergo · face · meet · find ·
      go through · run into · come across · be subjected to · have experience of · be faced with · experience · enjoy · taste
      • suffer from (an illness, ailment, or disability):
        "I've got a headache"
        synonyms: be suffering from · be afflicted by · be affected by ·
        be troubled with · be a sufferer from · be a martyr to
      • let (a feeling or thought) come into one's mind; hold in the mind:
        "he had the strong impression that someone was watching him"
        synonyms: harbour · feel · entertain · foster · nurse · cherish ·
        nurture · bear · sustain · maintain · keep in one's mind
      • experience or suffer the specified action happening or being done to (something):
        "she had her bag stolen"
      • cause to be in a particular state or condition:
        "I want to have everything ready in good time" ·
        "I had the TV on with the sound turned down"
      • cause (something) to be done for one by someone else:
        "it is advisable to have your carpet laid by a professional"
        synonyms: cause to · make · ask to · request to · get to ·
        tell to · require to · persuade to · induce to · prevail upon someone to · order to · command to · direct to · enjoin to · oblige to · force to · compel to · coerce to
      • tell or arrange for (someone) to do something for one:
        "he had his bodyguards throw Chris out" ·
        "she's always having the builders in to do something or other"
      • informal
        have put (someone) at a disadvantage in an argument:
        "you've got me there; I've never given the matter much thought"
      • informal
        cheat or deceive (someone):
        "I realized I'd been had"
        synonyms: trick · fool · deceive · cheat · dupe · take in ·
        outwit · double-cross · hoodwink · swindle · do · con · diddle · bilk · rip off · shaft · pull a fast one on · put one over on · take to the cleaners · sucker · snooker · stiff
      • vulgar slang
        engage in sexual intercourse with.
    3. (have tohave got to do something)
      be obliged or find it necessary to do the specified thing:
      "you don't have to accept this situation" ·
      "sorry, we've got to dash"
      synonyms: must · have got to · be obliged to · be required to ·
      be compelled to · be forced to · be bound to · be duty-bound to · be under an obligation to
      • be strongly recommended to do something:
        "if you think that place is great, you have to try our summer house"
      • be certain or inevitable to happen or be the case:
        "there has to be a catch"
    4. perform the action indicated by the noun specified (used especially in spoken English as an alternative to a more specific verb):
      "he had a look round" ·
      "the colour green has a restful effect"
    5. (have got)
      show (a personal attribute or quality) by one's actions or attitude:
      "he had little patience with technological gadgetry" ·
      "you never even phoned, and now you've got the cheek to come back"
    6. place or keep (something) in a particular position:
      "Mary had her back to me" ·
      "I soon had the trout in a net"
      • hold or grasp in a particular way:
        "he had me by the throat"
    7. be the recipient of (something sent, given, or done):
      "she had a letter from Mark"
      synonyms: receive · get · be given · be sent · obtain · acquire ·
      procure · come by · take receipt of
      antonyms: send · give
      • take or invite into one's home so as to provide care or entertainment:
        "we're having the children for the weekend"
        synonyms: entertain · be host to · cater for · receive ·
        invite round · invite over · ask round · ask over · show hospitality to · invite to a meal · invite to a party · wine and dine · accommodate · put up · take in · give a bed to
        antonyms: visit

    VERB

    1. used with a past participle to form the perfect, pluperfect, and future perfect tenses, and the conditional mood:
      "I have finished" ·
      "he had asked her" · "she will have left by now" · "I could have helped, had I known" · "‘Have you seen him?’ ‘Yes, I have.’"

    NOUN

    1. informal
      (the haves)
      people with plenty of money and possessions:
      "an increasing gap between the haves and have-nots"
    2. BRIT.
      informal
      dated
      a swindle.
      synonyms: fraud · swindle · fraudulent scheme · confidence trick ·

    ORIGIN

    Old English habban, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch hebben and German haben, also probably to heave.

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    have(verb)
    has(third person present)
    had(past tense)
    had(past participle)
    having(present participle)
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    had(past tense)
    had(past participle)
    having(present participle)
    haves(plural noun)
    havehaves(plural noun)
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