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Translation of "have" - English-Catalan dictionary

have

verb   strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ ( present participle having, past tense and past participle had)
A1 ( also have got) used for saying what or who is yours tenir We have two children. Laura has beautiful blue eyes. I had a bike, but I sold it.
A1 ( also have got) If you have a particular illness, you are suffering from it. tenir I have a bad cold.
A1 to eat or drink something prendre I had a drink of water.
B1 ( also have got) used to talk about the position of something in relation to a person or thing tenir He had a pen in his hand. She had a baby with her.
B1 to cause something to be in a particular state tenir He had dinner ready by the time we got home.
have to do something; have got to do something A2 to need to do something haver de fer ac I have to go to work now. Do we have to finish this today?
have difficulty, fun, problems, etc. A2 used with nouns to say that someone experiences something passar dificultats, divertir-se, tenir problemes, etc. We had a great time at the beach.
have a baby A2 to give birth to a baby donar a llum un nen
have a bath, sleep, walk, etc. A2 used with nouns to say that someone does something banyar-se, fer una becaina, fer un volt, etc. Can I have a quick shower?
have something cleaned, repaired, etc. B1 to arrange for someone to do something for you portar ac a rentar, a arreglar, etc. I’m having my hair cut this afternoon. I’m having the house painted.
to arrange for someone to visit you in your home fer una becaina, fer un volt, donar un cop d’ull, etc. We had David and Amy over for dinner last week.
(Definition of have verb from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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