have verb (RECEIVE) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "have" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

have

verb [T] (RECEIVE)
收到
 
 
strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ /əv/ (had)
to receive, accept or allow something to happen
收到;接受,允许
Here, have some more coffee.
来,再喝点咖啡。
[+ to infinitive] My mother's having visitors (to stay) next week.
我母亲下星期有客人(来住)。
Let me have the book back next week.
下星期把这本书还给我。
In the end they solved their problems and she had him back (= allowed him to come and live with her again).
最后他们解决了问题,她允许他回到自己身边。
I looked in all the shops for string but there was none to be had (= none that anyone could obtain).
我跑遍了所有的商店,可全都没有细绳可买。
I kept telling him that you were French but he wouldn't have it (= would not accept that it was true).
我反复跟他说你是法国人,可是他就是不肯相信。
[+ -ing verb] I won't have those kids running all over my flowerbeds (= I refuse to allow them to do this).
我不允许那些孩子在我的花坛上跑来跑去。
Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of thingsAllowing and permitting
(Definition of have verb (RECEIVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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