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have  Verb
  1. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener, disponer de, gozar de, poseer, andar bien de, contar con, disfrutar de, estar en posesión de, quedar, reunir, ser dueño de, tener en su haber, tenerse
    English Synonyms of "have": own, possess, be in possession of, call on, call upon, have at one's disposal, have at one's disposition, have available
    Define meaning of "have": Have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense. ; Have ownership or possession of.; Have left. ; Have a personal or business relationship with someone. ; Have as a feature.
  2. I have a good house, Cuento con una buena casa.
    She has $1,000 in the bank.
    He has got two beautiful daughters.
    She holds a Master's degree from Harvard.
    He owns three houses in Florida.
    How many cars does she have?
    I have two years left.
    I don't have any money left.
    They have two more years before they retire.
    Have a postdoc.
    Have an assistant.
    Have a lover.
    This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France.

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  3. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener
    Define meaning of "have": Be confronted with.
  4. The car had an accident, El carro tuvo un accidente.
    What do we have here?
    Now we have a fine mess.

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  5. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener, contener
    English Synonyms of "have": contain, be made of, comprehend, comprise, embody, embosom, embrace
    Define meaning of "have": Include or contain; have as a component.
  6. is made of sugar, Esto tiene azúcar=This has.


  7. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener
    English Synonyms of "have": be the parent of
    Define meaning of "have": Give birth (to a newborn).
  8. am the parent of two sons, Yo tengo dos hijos=I have.
    My wife had twins yesterday!

  9. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener
    Define meaning of "have": Give birth (to a newborn). ; Have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense. ; Have a personal or business relationship with someone.
  10. I have a cousin,, Tengo un primo
    My wife had twins yesterday!
    She has $1,000 in the bank.
    He has got two beautiful daughters.
    She holds a Master's degree from Harvard.
    Have a postdoc.
    Have an assistant.
    Have a lover.

  11. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener, coger
    English Synonyms of "have": have got, get, have at one's disposal
    Define meaning of "have": Of mental or physical states or experiences. ; Have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense. ; Have left. ; Have a personal or business relationship with someone. ; Have as a feature.
  12. We had a coughing fit, Nos cogió un acceso de tos.
    Get an idea.
    Experience vertigo.
    Get nauseous.
    Undergo a strange sensation.
    The chemical undergoes a sudden change.
    The fluid undergoes shear.
    Receive injuries.
    Have a feeling.
    She has $1,000 in the bank.
    He has got two beautiful daughters.
    She holds a Master's degree from Harvard.
    I have two years left.
    I don't have any money left.
    They have two more years before they retire.
    Have a postdoc.
    Have an assistant.
    Have a lover.
    This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France.


  13. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener, estar enfermo de, andar con, estar con, estar en un estado de, pasar con, sufrir de
    English Synonyms of "have": suffer from, be afflicted with, be down with, be in a state of, be with
    Define meaning of "have": Suffer from; be ill with. ; Of mental or physical states or experiences.
  14. I have high spirits today, Ando con el ánimo en alto hoy.
    She has arthritis.
    Get an idea.
    Experience vertigo.
    Get nauseous.
    Undergo a strange sensation.
    The chemical undergoes a sudden change.
    The fluid undergoes shear.
    Receive injuries.
    Have a feeling.

  15. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener, entretener, anidar
    English Synonyms of "have": be having, sustain, hold
  16. I am having a nervous fit, Tengo un ataque de nervios.

  17. Translate "have" to Spanish: alojar, alojarse
    Define meaning of "have": Suffer from; be ill with. ; Undergo (as of injuries and illnesses). ; Of mental or physical states or experiences.
  18. She has arthritis.
    She suffered a fracture in the accident.
    He had an insulin shock after eating three candy bars.
    She got a bruise on her leg.
    He got his arm broken in the scuffle.
    Get an idea.
    Experience vertigo.
    Get nauseous.
    Undergo a strange sensation.
    The chemical undergoes a sudden change.
    The fluid undergoes shear.
    Receive injuries.
    Have a feeling.


  19. Translate "have" to Spanish: ofrecer, realizar, tener
    English Synonyms of "have": offer, carry on, hold
    Define meaning of "have": Organize or be responsible for.
  20. Hold a reception.
    Have, throw, or make a party.
    Give a course.

  21. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener, comprender, contar con
    English Synonyms of "have": meet with, contain, comprehend, comprise, encompass, include, confine
  22. meets with his approval, Ella tiene su aprobación=She has.

  23. Translate "have" to Spanish: tener, encerrar
    English Synonyms of "have": involve, contain, comprise, enclose, encompass, imply, include
    Define meaning of "have": Contain as a part. ; Have as a necessary feature or consequence; entail.


  24. Translate "have" to Spanish: revestirse de
    English Synonyms of "have": arm oneself with

  25. Translate "have" to Spanish: haberse
  26. You have fallen asleep, Tú te has dormido.

  27. Translate "have" to Spanish: andar, llevar, andar con
    English Synonyms of "have": be wearing, wear, be driving, be using
    Define meaning of "have": Be dressed in.
  28. He has a gun, Anda una pistola.
    She was wearing yellow that day.


  29. Translate "have" to Spanish: haber completado
    English Synonyms of "have": have finished

  30. Translate "have" to Spanish: poseer sexualmente
    English Synonyms of "have": possess sexually

  31. Translate "have" to Spanish: engañar
    English Synonyms of "have": deceive, fool, bamboozle, be false to, beguile, bluff, bluff out, swindle, take in, trick
    Define meaning of "have": Cause someone to believe an untruth. ; Be false to; be dishonest with.

Verb Conjugation for "have"
Gerund: having

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Conceptually-related expressions of "have"
a must-have
according to what we have heard
an ass must be tied where the master will have him
and as if we didn't have enough
and what have you
as if it were not enough to have to
as if we didn't have enough
as it were not enough to have to
as legend has it
as luck would have it
as rumor has it
as the rumor has it
be about to have
be better to have
be going to have lunch
be had
be having
be nice to have
be something that must be had
be the most surprising thing that could have occurred
begin to have doubts
bet everything one has
cause to have abscesses
cease to have
charitable establishment where free meals may be had
children's game in which one child looks for the rest which have hidden
choose not to have something
do not have to
do well and have well
don't kick those who have fallen
eat one's cake and have it too
fail to have
feel like having
file that keeps a list of all actions that have occurred
go out and have fun
go out to have fun
God have mercy
have had it
haves and have nots
he who will not when he may when he will he shall have nay
I have spoken
I'll let you have it
I've had it
I will have none of it
in which one can have fun
legend has it
legend has it that
let have it
let's not complaint about what we have
Lord have mercy
many things have happened
might-have-been
might-have-beens
must have
must-have
neither has he
neither has she
neither have I
neither have they
neither have we
neither have you
never spend your money before you have it
no one knows the troubles that others have seen
no one needs what they have never had
of saving comes having
one must make do with what one has
one sees in others the faults that one has
person who makes usually showy pretenses to knowledge or abilities he or she does not have
quit having
riches have wings
rumor had it that
rumor has it that
rumour has it that
should have
stop having
swallowed item which shouldn't have been
that doesn't have water
the have-less
the have-more
the have-nots
the haves
the haves and the have-nots
the noes have it
the tables have turned
the walls have ears
there are those that have and those that have not
there is always someone who wants what you have
there you have it
things have changed
times have changed
ultrashort poem divided into three lines of which the first and last have 5 syllables and the middle one has 7
use to have
walls have ears
way fortune would have it
we would be better off to have than to have coming
what have you
what I always have
what time do you have
what will you have
when pig have wings
who does not have land
who would have known
who would have thought
who would have thought it
who would have thought of it
with all he has
with all I have
with all she has
with all they have
with all we have
with all you have
with whom one can have fun
you are worth what you have
you can't have everything
you can't lose what you don't have
you have been had
you should have seen it
you've got to have courage
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