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Polish translation of “have”

have

modal verb
 
 
/hæv/
have to do sth; have got to do sth A2 to need to do something or be forced to do something
musieć coś zrobić
I have to go to Manchester tomorrow. Do we have to finish this today? They've had to change their plans.Essential or necessary
A2 used when you are telling someone how to do something
musieć coś zrobić
You've got to type in your name, then your password.Giving orders and commands
used to say that you feel certain that something is true or will happen
musieć, (= być, stać się)
Interest rates have to come down at some point. There's (= there has) got to be a better way of doing this. CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
(Definition of have modal verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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