A country must have the will to repel any invader.一个国家得有决心击退任何入侵者。
The police have absolute proof of his guilt.警方有他犯罪的确凿证据。
Have a glass of beer to rinse your dinner down.喝杯啤酒把你吃的晚饭冲下去。
We will have pork chops for dinner.我们晚餐吃猪排。
We have a right to a living wage.我们有权得到足够维持生活的工资。
You will have your reward in the fullness of time.时机一到你就会得到酬报。
To do this job, you must have a degree in English.从事这个工作你必须具有英语专业的大学学位。
I have five years` experience of office work.我有五年从事办公室工作的经验。
We can’t have that sort of thing happening.我们不能允许发生这样的事。
She won’t have boys arriving late.她不允许这些男孩子迟到。
But Chi might have hired a killer to murder them.但很有可能是戚秦氏雇用杀手杀死的。
We have taken on extra staff to cope with the increased workload.我们已经额外雇用员工来应付增加了的工作量。
Children and adult shall have equal rights.儿童和成年人应该享有平等的权利。
Vehicles coming from the right have priority.从右边驶来的车辆享有优先通行权。
The car has arrived.
I have been to see John.
I hadn’t met him before.
I shall have finished my homework by nine.
He said he would have done with my camera by the end of next month.
I’ve been writing letters all this morning.
I had been looking for it for days before I found it.
If we don’t hurry up the store will have been closing before we get there.
He said that by the end of the Spring term he would have been studying English for three years.
Had they searched more carefully, they would have found what they wanted.
Have you got some matches?
I haven’t any money.
I’ve got nothing yet, but I’ll let you know when I have.
I have something to tell you.
In this hour of victory, we had so much to tell each other.
I didn’t have the books that she asked for.
He had no relatives in California.
Did you have enough time to do it?
Have you any views?
The old patient has shooting pains in the head.
My sister-in-law had a baby last week.
We have a much better life now.
We had a wonderful time in Summer Palace yesterday.
They had a high time at George’s party.
She’s always had such a miserable time.
I had the dullest time of my life last night.
We have dinner at six o’clock.
We’ll have noodles instead of rice for lunch today.
Then have some coffee.
That day he did not have a bite of food from five in the morning till nine in the evening.
Do you have tea or coffee for breakfast?
Will you have a cigarette?
We won’t have any breach of discipline.
I won’t have such conduct.
I won’t have anything said against my daughter.
We’ll have a discussion right after the talk.
They’re going to have a sports meet very soon.
Let’s go and have a swim.
Why don’t you let them have a try?
We’re going to have an interview with them Friday.
I often have delightful chats with my friends.
I often have unpleasant dreams.
He doesn’t have a fever.
Lots of girls here have influenza.
I have a bad pain here.
We had a lot of rain that autumn.
He had a letter today.
She has a little French.
I haven’t a very good temper.
He had me in that argument.
Look out he will have you as he did me.
There was no butter to be had.
I’ve been had by that swindler.
Such books may be had at any bookstore.
She’d been had before she got married.
I was badly had when I just missed the train.
It may be had for the asking.
A good time was had by all.
用作双宾动词S+～+ pron./n. + n./pron.
I had me a big lunch.
Have yourself a good cry.
用作宾补动词S+～+ n./pron. + adv./prep. -phrase
We are extremely happy to have you here.
He knew a Canadian and often had him to his house.
S+～+ n./pron. +(to-) v
The soldiers had him stand with his back to his father.
She had planned to have her daughter marry Laurie.
You should have him come earlier.
I had John find a house for me.
I only have good children come in my house.
Please have the boy bring the things to my house.
I won’t have them answer me back in that rude manner.
I’m going to have her live with me soon.
We’d be delighted to have you work with us.
Don’t forget to have him come.
He won’t have us criticize his work.
She had never had anybody speak to her that way before.
S+～+ n./pron. + v -ing
We can’t have you going everywhere by taxi.
I can’t have you playing truant.
We have him trying an experiment.
We’ll soon have you walking about again.
By the time he came back, she had had a good fire going and had taken the stove into the room.
Bronwen tried to have her talking.But no use.
She’ll have you doing all the housework if you’re not careful.
He soon had them all laughing.
I won’t have you smoking at the young age.
Now,George,I will not have you shouting at me that way.
We can’t have that sort of thing happening.
We shall soon have the mists rising.
I woke up in the night and found we had water dripping through the ceiling.
S+～+ n./pron. + v -ed
I’m not going to have you mixed up with this sort of business.
I have had the stove lighted.
As we left we had a photograph taken together.
She had her suitcases carried from the train to the taxi.
He had his pocket picked.
I had my ankle sprained.
Papa had his hands burned.
We must have this work finished by Monday.
We have your medicine prepared now.
She’s having her eyes tested.
I had that door painted only last week.
King Charles I had his head cut off.
A week ago I had a hundred dollars saved.
S+～+ n./pron. + adj.
I will have everything ready so as not to keep you waiting.
I had all the windows open, but even then the smell was dreadful.
用作助动词(aux.)had better最好would find it wiser to (do)
have (got) to必须,不得不be forced to; must
have only to只需要only need
用作动词(v.)have about〔around〕1 (v.+adv.)在身旁或在家中有(某人或某物) have (sth or sb) near one, as in one’s home as an ornament or companion
have sb/sth about〔around〕
Don’t go away,I like having you around!
have about〔around〕2 (v.+prep.)对…有(某种看法或感觉) possess (thoughts or feelings) towards (sb, sth, or doing sth)
have one’s wits about one警觉,保持头脑清醒 keep head clear
have against (v.+prep.)有某事对…不利 be (a disadvantage) to (sb)
have a bias against (v.+n.+prep.)对…有反感 detest sb/sth or doing sth
have a bias against sb/sth/v-ing
Some people have a bias against foreigners.
Many people have a bias against smoking.
have designs against (v.+n.+prep.)对…有不良企图 have a plot to sb/sth
have designs against sb/sth
The country has no ulterior designs against any of its neighbours.
The group had designs against the government.
have at (v.+prep.)攻击 have an attack at sb
have at sb
The two men had at each other with fits and feet.
have at heart (v.+prep.+n.)关心 care
have sth at heart
They always have the interests of the people at heart.
In offering these suggestions for improvement,I must explain that I only have your interests at heart, believe me.
have back (v.+adv.)重新获得 regain
have sth ⇔ back
When can you let me have back the money that I lent you?
have a good excuse for (v.+n.+prep.)对…有一个好的理由 have a good reason for sth
have a good excuse for sth
He didn’t have a good excuse for his absence so he made up one.
have to thank for把…归咎于,为…责怪某人 lay the blame on sb
have sb/oneself to thank for sb/sth
Who do we have to thank for the broken window?
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.
have in (v.+adv.)把(某人)召到家中做某事 invite sb into one’s home to do sth
have sth ⇔ in
Do we have enough wine in for the dinner party?
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?
have act or part in (v.+n.+prep.)参与 take part in
have act or part in sth
Some of the servants also had act or part in the robbery.
have a complaint in (v.+n.+prep.)在…有病 be ill in sth
have a complaint in sth
The baby has a complaint in the back.
have difficulty in (v.+n.+prep.)有…困难 be difficult in sth or doing sth
have difficulty in sth/v-ing
She has difficulty in action.
He has difficulty in studying English.
have a hand in (v.+n.+prep.)参与,与…有关系 join in; have a relation with sth
have a hand in sth
Do you think she has a hand in it?
have one’s heart in(v.+n.+prep.)〈非正〉害怕,沮丧 be afraid of; be disappointed at
have one’s heart in sth
As I went into the examination room,I had my heart in my boots.
She literally had her heart in her mouth when she stole the watch.
have one’s origin in (v.+n.+prep.)起源,来源 stem from
have one’s origin in sth
The rumour has its origin in the papers.
have one foot in the grave将死,离死不远 be dying
have the game in one’s hands有必胜的把握 be sure of success
have had it失去生命; 已失去机会 be dying; lose an opportunity
have it找到答案; 想出办法 get the answer; find a way
have it that-clause
I have it on the best authority that we will be paid for our work next week.
have it sth
Bobby must have it his way and play the game by his rules.
have it that-clause
Rumors have it that the school was burned down.
Mary wanted to give the party at her house, but her mother wouldn’t have it.
When the senators vote, the ayes will have it.
“I have it!”said John to Mary,“We can buy mother a nice comb for her birthday.”
have it coming〈口〉应得… deserve sth, often bad
have it in (v.+pron.+prep.)本身有能力 possess the ability (to do sth)
have it in sb
Such a system is fine for those who have it in them to succeed.
have it in for (v.+pron.+adv.+prep.)〈口〉想伤害某人; 想与某人过不去 intend to cause sb harm or trouble
have it in for sb
The corporal seems to have it in for me; that’s the third time he’s put me on a charge this month.
One of the teachers really has it in for Charlie—she shouts at him all the time.
have it said允许说,允许称 allow a statement
have an abhorrence of (v.+n.+prep.)厌恶 detest sb/sth
have an abhorrence of sb/sth
He has a great abhorrence of medicine.
Most people have an abhorrence of snake.
have the advantage of (v.+n.+prep.)知道…所不知道的事 know much that one doesn’t know
have the advantage of sth
He had the advantage of a good education.
The hovercraft has the advantage of being able to move straight upwards like a helicopter.
have the advantage of sb
You have the advantage of me.
have the appearance of (v.+n.+prep.)有…的样子 be similar to
have the appearance of sb/sth
He has the appearance of a rustic fellow.
It had the appearance of the 18th century church.
have an attack of (v.+n.+prep.)患一次… have illness
have an attack of sth
He had an attack of cold.
have a bellyful of (v.+n.+prep.)〈非正〉受够了… have enough of sth
have a bellyful of sth
I had a bellyful of your silly advice.
He had a bellyful of practical jokes.
I have a bellyful of your rudeness.
have the best of (v.+n.+prep.)从…中得到了大好处 get the benefit from sth
have the best of both worlds结合两者的优点 combine the advantage of both sides
have charge of (v.+n.+prep.)负责,担任 have responsibility for sth
have charge of sth
I will have charge of your class tomorrow, so you must do as I tell you.
He has entire charge of the matter.
have the foot of (v.+n.+prep.)比…迅速 be faster than others
have the foot of sb
Jim had the foot of Henry and caught the ball.
have the makings of (v.+n.+prep.)有…条件 own the conditions
have the makings of sb
He has the makings of a first-rate officer.
Jack has the makings of a good doctor.
have no brow of (v.+n.+prep.)不喜欢 dislike
have no brow of sb/sth
I have no brow of such a pedagogic tone.
have none of (v.+pron.+prep.)不允许… forbid
have none of sth
The teacher said she would have none of Mike’s arguing.
When the fullback refused to obey the captain, the captain said he would have none of that.
have on (v.+adv.)计划好,约定,打算 have sth arranged
have on the brain (v.+prep.+n.)对…念念不忘 be continually thinking about sb/sth
have sb/sth on the brain
Ever since a house a little farther down the road was burgled,Mrs. Everson has had burglars on the brain.
That young fellow has had football on the brain; he talks of nothing else from morning till night.
have cognizance over (v.+n.+prep.)指挥 command
have cognizance over sb
By invasion time the lieutenant commander had cognizance over a thousand officers and ten thousand men.
have command over (v.+n.+prep.)控制 control
have command over sb/oneself/sth
He has no command over himself.
The gun had command over the two beaches.
have an eye to (v.+n.+prep.)对…给予注意,打…的主意 be paying attention to (sb or sth)
have an eye to sb/sth
Tom always has an eye to business.
have under one’s girdle (v.+prep.+n.)支配或控制某人 control sb
have sb under one’s girdle
He tried to have others under his girdle.
have up one’s sleeve (v.+prep.+n.)手中握有王牌,有应急的妙计 have a good way to deal with sth
have sth up one’s sleeve
It seems as if he has an ace up his sleeve.
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.
have done with和…断绝关系 have no connection with sb
have done with sth
When you have done with my book, please return it to me.
have done with sb
I have done with her.
have fun with (v.+n.+prep.)拿…开心 play a joke with sb
have fun with sb
The children have quite a lot of fun with that dog.
have no traffic with (v.+n.+prep.)与…没有来往 have no connection with sb
have no traffic with sb
I should have no traffic with a person of his reputation, if I were you.
have nothing to do with和…没有联系 have no connection with
have nothing to do with sb/sth
I advise you to have nothing to do with that fellow.
I have nothing to do with him.
This matter has nothing to do with him.
have weight with (v.+n.+prep.)对…有影响 influence sb
have weight with sb
He has great weight with the people.
have a word with (v.+n.+prep.)和…谈一谈 speak to (sb) for a short time especially to give or receive advice
have a word with sb
I think I’ll have a word with the man in private.
I want to have a word with you after the meeting.
have English at one’s finger-ends熟练掌握英语
have a good understanding有很好的理解力
have a house有一所房子
have a liking喜爱
have an objection表示反对
have a quick eye有敏锐的眼光
have a sense of shame有廉耻之心
have a taste有鉴赏力
have a bath洗个澡
have a dance跳一次舞
have a drink喝一杯
have a fight打一仗
have a joke开个玩笑
have a quarrel吵一架
have a rest休息一会儿
have a shave刮脸
have a shock大吃一惊
have a smoke抽支烟
have a talk交谈
have a taste尝一尝
have a wash洗一下
have sb around使某人呆在身边
have sb back允许(离婚的配偶)回到身边
have sth back要回,收回某物
have heat on有暖气
have on one’s overcoat穿着大衣
have sth over使某物翻倒
have sb up邀请某人到家里来,控告某人,送某人到法院
have sth about sb某人身边带有某物
have anything against对…有任何反对意见
have at each other with fists挥拳对打
have by sb同某人有…
have dish for dinner晚饭吃鱼
have in mind将…牢记在心
have sth to oneself独占某物
have (got) to作“不得不”解,强调客观上的必要,或由环境、习惯、协约等迫使而不得不做某事。have (got) to用于疑问句或否定句时,一般要借助do,在英式英语也可不借助do。
have作“使人到某处; 使某物处于某种状态; 有某种情况”解时,一般接以副词、形容词、介词短语充当补足语的复合宾语。