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Significado de “have” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "have" - Diccionario Inglés

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haveauxiliary verb [+ past participle]

uk   us   strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ /əv/ (had, had) (also 've/'s)
A2 used with the past ​participle of other ​verbs to ​form the presentperfect and past ​perfect: I've ​heard that ​story before. Diane's already gone. John hasn't ​phoned. I haven't ​visited London before. Have you ​seen Roz? Has she been ​invited? They still hadn't had any ​news when I ​spoke to them ​yesterday.formal Had I ​known (= if I had ​known) you were coming, I'd have ​booked a ​largerroom.
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haveverb

uk   us   strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ /əv/ (had)

have verb (POSSESS)

A1 [T not continuous] (also 've/'s, UK also have got) to own: They have a ​beautifulhome. He has plenty of ​money but no ​style. I've got two ​brothers. Do you have ​time to ​finish the ​report today? I've got a ​suggestion/an ​idea.have the decency, good sense, etc. to do sth to do one good thing, ​although you do other ​bad or ​silly things: At least he had the good ​sense to ​turn the ​gas off. At least she had the ​decency to ​apologize.
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have verb (BE ILL)

A1 [T] (UK also have got) If you have a ​particularillness, you ​suffer from it: Have you ​ever had ​measles? I've got a ​cold.
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have verb (DO)

A2 [T] to ​perform the ​actionmentioned: have a ​wash/​bath/​shower I had a ​swim. We had a ​shortwalk after ​lunch. I've never done it before but I'd like to have a ​try (= to ​try). Why don't you have a ​rest?
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have verb (EAT/DRINK)

A1 [T] to ​eat or ​drink something: I had ​prawns and ​rice for ​lunch. Can I have a ​drink of ​water? When are we having ​dinner?
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have verb (RECEIVE/ALLOW)

[T] to ​receive, ​accept, or ​allow something to ​happen: Here, have some more ​coffee. [+ to infinitive] My mother's having ​visitors (tostay) next ​week. Let me have the ​book back next ​week. In the end they ​solvedtheirproblems and she had him back (= ​allowed him to come and ​live with her again). I ​looked in all the ​shops for Worcestershire ​sauce but there was none to be had (= none that anyone could ​obtain). I ​kepttelling him that you were ​French but he wouldn't have it (= would not ​accept that it was ​true). [+ -ing verb] I won't have those ​kids running all over my flowerbeds (= I ​refuse to ​allow them to do this).
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have verb (MAKE HAPPEN)

B1 [T] to ​cause something to ​happen or someone to do something: [+ past participle] We're having the ​housepainted next ​month. [+ infinitive without to] If you ​wait, I'll have someone ​collect it for you. [+ obj + -ing verb ] The ​filmsoon had us ​crying. Gus will have it ​working in no ​time. She had her ​parents down (= ​invited them to ​stay) for a ​week in the ​summer. We had the ​boat out (= went out in the ​boat) for the first ​time this ​week. We often have ​friends over/round (= ​invite them to come) on a ​Saturdaynight.
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have verb (SUFFER)

B1 [T + past participle] to ​suffer something that someone does to you: She had her ​carstolen (= it was ​stolen) last ​week.

have verb (EXPERIENCE)

A2 [T] to ​experience something: We're having a ​wonderfultime here in Venice. We didn't have any ​difficulty/​problemfinding the ​house. He hasn't been having much ​luckrecently.
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have verb (BABY)

A2 [T] to give ​birth to a ​baby: Elaine had a ​babygirlyesterday. My ​mother had me at ​home.be having a baby, twins, etc. to be ​pregnant: I ​hear his wife's having a ​baby.
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have verb (SEX)

[T not continuous] mainly UK slang to have ​sex with someone: He ​asked me how many men I'd had.

havemodal verb

uk   us   strong /hæv/ weak /həv/ /əv/
have (got) to do sth
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A2 to need to or be ​forced: I have to go to San Francisco ​tomorrow on ​business. What ​time do you have to be there? Do we have to ​finish this today? We'll have to ​startkeepingdetailedrecords. Jackie's ​ill so they've had to ​changetheirplans. C2 used to say that something must be ​true: That ​total has to be ​right - I've ​checked it ​twice.
(Definition of have from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "have" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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haveauxiliary verb

 us   /hæv, həv, əv, v/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ )

have auxiliary verb (PERFECT TENSE)

used with the past ​participle of other ​verbs to ​form perfecttenses: I have ​heard that ​story before. "Have we been ​invited?" "Yes, we have."

haveverb [T]

have verb [T] (DO)

 us   /hæv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) to do an ​action: He didn’t have a ​birthdayparty this ​year. The ​baby is having her ​nap.  us   /hæv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) Have can also ​meaneat or ​drink: We’re going to have ​lunch.  us   /hæv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) To have a ​baby is to give ​birth: Glennis had a ​girl.

have verb [T] (RECEIVE)

 us   /hæv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) to ​receive or ​accept something, or to ​allow something to ​happen: I’ll have some more ​coffee. I just had a ​phonecall from Judy. I won’t have those ​kidsrunning through my ​flowerbed.

have verb [T] (CAUSE)

 us   /hæv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) to ​cause something to ​happen, or to ​cause someone to do something: We’re having the ​house painted. She had her ​parents come to her ​house for ​Thanksgiving. We often have ​friends over.

have verb [T] (EXPERIENCE)

 us   /hæv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) to ​experience something: We had a ​wonderfulvacation. She had her ​carstolen last ​week.have a good/great/nice something If you say have a good/​great/​nice something you are saying that you ​hope someone ​enjoys a ​particularperiod of ​time: Thanks for ​shopping with us, and have a good ​day! Have a ​greattrip, and ​drivesafely!

have verb [T] (POSSESS)

 us   /hæv, həv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) (also have got,  /hævˈɡɑt, həv-/ ) to own or ​possess something: We have a ​dog. Have you got a ​cold? I’ve got a ​bignose. Have you got any ​money on you (= Are you ​carryingmoney with you)?  us   /hæv, həv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) (also have got,  /hævˈɡɑt, həv-/ ) Have can also ​mean to be ​related to, or to ​know: Carol has six ​sisters. I’ve got a ​friend who could ​lend us a ​car.  us   /hæv, həv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) (also have got,  /hævˈɡɑt, həv-/ ) If a ​store has something, it is ​available to be ​bought: While you’re there, ​see if they have any ​toothpicks.Note: Have got is used only in the present tense.

have verb [T] (CONTAIN)

 us   /hæv, həv/ (present tense has  /hæz, həz, əz/ , past tense and past participle had  /hæd, həd, əd/ ) (also have got,  /hævˈɡɑt, həv-/ ) to ​contain or ​include something: The Chicago ​area has a ​population of about eight million. Our ​house has three ​bedrooms and two ​baths. We have a few ​minutesleft before the end of ​class.
(Definition of have from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “have”
en coreano 동사를 현재 분사와 과거 분사형으로 만들때 함께 쓰인다…
en árabe فِعل مُساعِد يُستخدم مع التصريف الثالث لفعل آخر للإشارة إلى أزمنة المضارع التام والماضي التام…
in Malaysian telah, sudah, ada…
en francés avoir, On m’a arraché une dent, Smith est venu me voir…
en ruso вспом. гл., вместе с прич. прош. вр. основного гл. используется для формирования времен Present Perfect и Past Perfect…
en chino (tradicionál) (與動詞的過去分詞連用,構成現在完成式和過去完成式)…
en italiano usato con il participio passato di un altro verbo per formare il presente perfetto e il passato perfetto…
en turco geçmişte olmuş bir olayın konuşulduğu/yazıldığı zamanda hâlâ önemli olduğunu gösteren geçmiş zaman ortaçlarıyla birlikte bileşik kipler kuran yardımcı fiil…
en polaco z imiesłowem biernym tworzy konstrukcję present perfect…
en español tener, poseer, recibir…
in Vietnamese dùng với quá khứ phân từ để tạo thành thời hoàn thành, sở hữu hoặc có cái gì, có…
en portugués usado com o particípio passado de outro verbo para formar o presente perfeito e o passado perfeito…
in Thai ใช้ใน Present Perfect Tense, เป็นเจ้าของ, มี…
en alemán Imperfekt, haben, bekommen…
en catalán verb auxiliar que s’utilitza amb un participi per a formar temps compostos: haver…
en japonés (文法)have + 動詞の過去分詞形で現在完了形または過去完了形を作る…
en chino (simplificado) (与动词的过去分词连用,构成现在完成时和过去完成时)…
in Indonesian telah, mempunyai, menerima…
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