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have

auxiliary verb [+ past participle]
 
 
strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ /əv/ (had) ( also 've/'s)
used with the past participle of other verbs to form the present and past perfect tenses
(与动词的过去分词连用,构成现在完成时和过去完成时)
I've heard that story before.
我以前听过那个故事。
Diane's already gone.
黛安娜已经走了。
John hasn't phoned.
约翰没有打过电话。
I haven't visited London before.
我以前没去过伦敦。
Have you seen Roz?
你见过罗兹吗?
Has she been invited?
她接到邀请了吗?
They still hadn't had any news when I spoke to them yesterday.
昨天我和他们交谈时他们仍没有收到任何消息。
formal Had I known (= if I had known) you were coming, I'd have booked a larger room.
要是知道你会来,我会订一个大一点的房间。
(Definition of have auxiliary verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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