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have (got) sth on

phrasal verb with have uk   strong /hæv/ /həv/ /əv/ us   /hæv/ /həv/ /əv/ verb had
B1 If you have clothes or shoes on, you are wearing them: I loved that dress you had on last night.
UK If you have something on, you have planned to do it: Do you have anything on this week? I've got something on this Tuesday, but I'm free on Wednesday.

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Translations of “have (got) sth on”
in Chinese (Simplified) 穿着, 计划做……
in Turkish giyinik olmak, üzerinde elbise/kıyafet olmak…
in Russian быть одетым во что-либо…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穿著, 計劃做……
in Polish mieć coś na sobie…
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