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have

verb (CAUSE) 導致     strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ /əv/ (had)
[T] to cause something to happen or someone to do something 引起,使 [+ past participle] We're having the house painted next month. 下個月我們要粉刷房子。 [+ infinitive without to] If you wait, I'll have someone collect it for you. 如果你等一會兒的話,我會叫人幫你去拿的。 [+ obj + -ing verb ] The film soon had us crying. 電影開演後不久就讓我們感動得哭泣了。 Guy'll have it working in no time. 蓋伊很快就會讓它開始運作。 She had her parents down (= invited them to stay) for a week in the summer. 夏天,她把父母接來住了一個星期。 We had the boat out (= went out in the boat) for the first time this week. 這是我們本周第一次乘船出遊。 We often have friends over/round (= invite them to come) on a Saturday night. 週六晚上我們經常邀請朋友來家裡作客。 Causing things to happen
[T + past participle] to suffer something that someone does to you 遭受…,被… She had her car stolen (= it was stolen) last week. 她的汽車上周被盜了。 Occurring and happening
(Definition of have verb (CAUSE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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