Word: have

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Synonyms: have

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: have

spanish
obtener, poseer, tener, recibir, haber, ...


german
haben, bekommen, annehmen, empfangen, eignen, ...

french
ait, recevoir, avons, obtenir, ont, ...

italian
avere, ospitare, possedere, ricevere

portuguese
haver, topar, acolher, dever, gozar, ...

dutch
aanvaarden, krijgen, accepteren, opvangen, recipiëren, ...

russian
бриться, покурить, температурить, иметься, пересняться, ...

norwegian
få, ha, godta

swedish
inneha, få, ha, äga, besitta

finnish
suostua, täytyä, huolia, vastaanottaa, saada, ...

danish
få, modtage, eje

czech
mít, vyjádřit, přijmout, dostat, ovládat, ...

polish
mieć, miewać, cechować, jeść, być, ...

hungarian
elkölt

turkish
almak

greek
έχε, έχω

ukrainian
майте, доводитися, є, мати

albanian
pranoj, kam

belarusian
атрымлiваць, абавязак, штурхаць, прыймаць, атрымоўваць, ...

estonian
omama, pidama

croatian
su, sam, imati, ste, trebati, ...

icelandic
eiga, hafa

lithuanian
gauti, turėti

latvian
pieņemt, izbaudīt, saņemt, piekrist, izjust, ...

romanian
poseda, susţine, avea

slovenian
imeti, mít

slovak
mať

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The meaning and "use of": have

verb
  • possess, own, or hold.
  • experience; undergo.
  • be obliged or find it necessary to do the specified thing.
  • perform the action indicated by the noun specified (used especially in spoken English as an alternative to a more specific verb).
  • show (a personal attribute or quality) by one's actions or attitude.
  • place or keep (something) in a particular position.
  • be the recipient of (something sent, given, or done).
  • used with a past participle to form the perfect, pluperfect, and future perfect tenses, and the conditional mood.

noun
  • people with plenty of money and possessions.

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