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have (got) on something

(present tense has, past tense and past participle had) infml
phrasal verb with have verb [T]
  • (WEAR)

to be ​wearingparticularclothes or ​items of ​clothing: She had on a ​bluehat.

have (got) on something

(present tense has, past tense and past participle had)
phrasal verb with have verb [T]
  • (OPERATE)

(of ​machines, ​electricdevices, and ​equipment) to be ​operating or in use: She’s always got the TV on while she ​irons.
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