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  1. have
    [hav, həv, (ə)v]


    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" · "he's got the equipment with him"
      synonyms: possess · own · be in possession of · be the owner of ·
      be blessed with · boast · enjoy · keep · retain · hold · occupy
      • possess or be provided with (a quality, characteristic, or feature):
        "the ham had a sweet, smoky flavor" ·
        "she's got blue eyes" · "the house has gas heat"
      • informal
        (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 · encompass · comprehend
      • used to indicate a particular relationship:
        "he's got three children" ·
        "do you have a client named Pedersen?"
      • be able to make use of (something available or at one's disposal):
        "how much time have I got for the presentation?"
      • have gained (a qualification):
        "he's got a BA in English"
      • 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"
      • 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
      • let (a feeling or thought) come into one's mind; hold in the mind:
        "he had the strong impression that someone was watching him" ·
        "we've got a few ideas we're kicking around" · "I've no doubt he's as busy as I am"
      • experience or suffer the specified action happening or being done to (something):
        "she had her bag stolen"
      • cause (someone or something) 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"
      • informal
        have put (someone) at a disadvantage in an argument (said either to acknowledge that one has no answer to a point or to show that one knows one's opponent has no answer):
        "you've got me there; I've never given the matter much thought"
      • cause (something) to be done for one by someone else:
        "it is advisable to have your carpet laid by a professional"
        synonyms: make · ask to · request to · get to · tell to ·
        require to · induce to · prevail upon to · order to · command to · direct to · force to
      • tell or arrange for something to be done:
        "she had her long hair cut" ·
        "always having the builders in to do something"
      • informal
        (be had)
        cheat or deceive (someone):
        "I realized I'd been had"
        synonyms: trick · fool · deceive · cheat · dupe · take in ·
      • vulgar slang
        engage in sexual intercourse with (someone).
    3. (have to do somethinghave got to do something)
      be obliged or find it necessary to do the specified thing:
      "you don't have to accept this situation" ·
      "we've got to plan for the future"
      synonyms: must · be obliged to · be required to · be compelled to ·
      be forced to · be bound to
      • need or be obliged to do (something):
        "he's got a lot to do"
      • 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 around" ·
      "the color 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" ·
      "if you've got the drive to finish your degree"
      synonyms: manifest · show · display · exhibit · demonstrate
    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 (someone or something) 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 ·
      come by · take receipt of
      antonyms: send · give
      • take or invite into one's home so as to provide care or entertainment, especially for a limited period:
        "we're having the children for the weekend"
        synonyms: entertain · be host to · cater for · receive ·
        invite over · ask over/around · wine and dine · accommodate · put up


    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.”"


    1. informal
      (the haves)
      people with plenty of money and possessions:
      "an increasing gap between the haves and have-nots"


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


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