1. To be in possession of:
already had a car.
2. To possess as a characteristic, quality, or function:
has a beard; had a great deal of energy.
3. To possess or contain as a constituent part:
a car that has an automatic transmission.
4. To occupy a particular relation to:
had a great many disciples.
5. To possess knowledge of or facility in:
has very little Spanish.
6. To hold in the mind; entertain:
had doubts about their loyalty.
7. To use or exhibit in action:
8. To come into possession of; acquire:
Not one copy of the book was to be had in the entire town.
9. To receive; get:
I had a letter from my cousin.
10. To accept; take:
I'll have the green peas instead of the spinach.
11. To suffer from:
have defective vision.
12. To be subject to the experience of:
had a difficult time last winter.
13. To cause to, as by persuasion or compulsion:
had my assistant run the errand.
14. To cause to be:
had everyone fascinated.
15. To permit; allow:
I won't have that kind of behavior in my house.
16. To carry on, perform, or execute:
have an argument.
17. To place at a disadvantage:
Your opponent in the debate had you on every issue.
18. Informal To get the better of, especially by trickery or deception:
They realized too late that they'd been had by a swindler.
19. Informal To influence by dishonest means; bribe:
an incorruptible official who could not be had.
20. To procreate (offspring):
wanted to have a child.
21. To give birth to; bear:
She's going to have a baby.
22. To partake of:
23. To be obliged to; must:
We simply have to get there on time.
24. To engage in sexual intercourse with.
25. Used with a past participle to form the present perfect, past perfect, and future perfect tenses indicating completed action:
The troublemaker has gone for good. I regretted that I had lost my temper. They will have finished by the time we arrive.
26. One enjoying especially material wealth:
“Almost overnight, there was a new and widespread hostility on the part of the haves toward the have-nots”(Thomas P O'Neill, Jr)
27. To attack.
28. To wear:
had on red shoes.
29. To be scheduled:
We have a dinner party on for tomorrow evening.
30. To stop; cease:
Have done with your foolish quibbling
31. To have endured all that one can:
I've had it with their delays.
32. To be in a state beyond remedy, repair, or salvage:
That coat has had it.
33. To have done everything that is possible or that will be permitted.
34. To intend to harm, especially because of a grudge.
35. To settle decisively, especially by means of an argument or a discussion.
36. To deserve what one receives:
You had that reprimand coming for a very long time.
37. To be concerned or associated with.
38. Middle English haven
39. from Old English habban * see kap-
源自 古英语 habban *参见 kap-