possess; own; keep
experience; enjoy or suffer; suffer from
eat; drink; smoke
own (sth such as some feeling)
receive or obtain
cause sth to be done or happen; be affected in some way; experience or suffer
"She has $1,000 in the bank"
"He has got two beautiful daughters"
"She holds a Master's degree from Harvard"
"This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"
"get an idea"
"have a feeling"
"He owns three houses in Florida"
"How many cars does she have?"
"He got his squad on the ball"
"This let me in for a big surprise"
"He got a girl into trouble"
"Have another bowl of chicken soup!"
"I don't take sugar in my coffee"
"have a postdoc"
"have an assistant"
"have a lover"
"hold a reception"
"have, throw, or make a party"
"give a course"
"I have two years left"
"I don't have any money left"
"They have two more years before they retire"
"What do we have here?"
"Now we have a fine mess"
"The stocks had a fast run-up"
"She has arthritis"
"The ads induced me to buy a VCR"
"My children finally got me to buy a computer"
"My wife made me buy a new sofa"
"The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter"
"I won't have this dog in my house!"
"Please accept my present"
"receive a gift"
"receive letters from the front"
"She suffered a fracture in the accident"
"He had an insulin shock after eating three candy bars"
"She got a bruise on her leg"
"He got his arm broken in the scuffle"
"Nicklaus had a 70"
"The Brazilian team got 4 goals"
"She made 29 points that day"
"My wife had twins yesterday!"
"He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable"
You have only ragged overalls and no hat.
出自： J. Steinbeck
They had more toys than they wanted.
出自： W. Golding
Many people have a bias against smoking.
The group had designs against the government.
In offering these suggestions for improvement,I must explain that I only have your interests at heart, believe me.
I have no one to thank for all my suffering except myself.
He had only himself to thank for his loss.
You've got John to thank for your cold.He caught it first then passed it onto everyone.
我们贮备的酒够宴会用的吗? have sb ⇔ in
He had his friends in for coffee on Sunday afternoon.
Do you want to have the doctor in to see your father?
He has difficulty in studying English.
She literally had her heart in her mouth when she stole the watch.
我从最可靠的方面得到消息,我们下星期就可以领到工资。 have it sth
Bobby must have it his way and play the game by his rules.
鲍比一定要按自己的方式和自己的规则办事。 have it that-clause
Rumors have it that the school was burned down.
有谣言说学校给烧掉了。 have it
Mary wanted to give the party at her house, but her mother wouldn't have it.
玛丽想在家里举行聚会,可是她母亲不答应。 have it
When the senators vote, the ayes will have it.
参议员投票时,投赞成票的人将占多数。 have it
“I have it!”said John to Mary,“We can buy mother a nice comb for her birthday.”
One of the teachers really has it in for Charlie—she shouts at him all the time.
Most people have an abhorrence of snake.
The hovercraft has the advantage of being able to move straight upwards like a helicopter.
气垫船的优点是可以像直升机一样垂直上升。 have the advantage of sb
You have the advantage of me.
It had the appearance of the 18th century church.
He had a bellyful of practical jokes.
I have a bellyful of your rudeness.
He has entire charge of the matter.
Jack has the makings of a good doctor.
When the fullback refused to obey the captain, the captain said he would have none of that.
That young fellow has had football on the brain; he talks of nothing else from morning till night.
The gun had command over the two beaches.
Mr. Heath believes he has some aces up his sleeve for his final campaign.
I could tell by his sly look that he had something up his sleeve.
I'm having this idea up my sleeve for the time being.
I should be very cautious in any dealing with that fellow, for however honest he appears to be, you can be sure he has something up his sleeve.
你看完那本书后,就请还给我。 have done with sb
I have done with her.
I have nothing to do with him.
This matter has nothing to do with him.
I want to have a word with you after the meeting.