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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “have”

have

verb (POSSESS)
擁有
 
 
strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ /əv/ (had)
[T not continuous] (also 've/'s, mainly UK have got) to own or possess
有,擁有
They have a beautiful home.
他們有一個漂亮的家。
He has plenty of money but no style.
他有很多錢但沒有品味。
I've got two brothers.
我有兩個兄弟。
Have you got time to finish the report today?
你今天有時間寫完報告嗎?
I've got a suggestion/an idea.
我有個建議/主意。
Having and owning - general words
have the decency/good sense, etc. to do sth to do one good thing, although you do other bad or silly things
至少還(做了一件好事)
At least he had the good sense to turn the gas off.
至少他還做了件好事,把煤氣關了。
At least she had the decency to apologize.
至少她還道了歉。
Having and owning - general words
(Definition of have verb (POSSESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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