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Have / Have got
(phrasal verbs)

  1. I had a suit on.
  2. I had nothing on.
  3. I usually have my TV on all day.
  4. BrE: Don’t believe them. They’re just hav­ing you on! AmE: Don’t believe them. They’re just putting you on!
  5. BrE: You’re having me on again! AmE: You’re putting me on again!
  6. I can hardly help you to­day – I’ve got too much on al­ready (BrE).
  7. What do the police have on them?
  8. Spoken BrE: Don’t worry! They’ve got noth­ing on you. AmE & formal BrE: Don’t worry! They have noth­ing on you.
  9. BrE, informal: Unfortunately, we’ve got noth­ing on their team. AmE, in­for­mal: Unfortunately, we have noth­ing on their team.
  10. BrE, informal: His songs have got noth­ing on clas­si­cal mu­sic. AmE, in­for­mal: His songs have noth­ing on clas­si­cal mu­sic.
  11. Spoken BrE: I’ve got noth­ing against him, and yet I think we should find some­one else for this job. AmE & more for­mal BrE: I have noth­ing against him, and yet I think we should find some­one else for this job.
  12. Spoken BrE: What have you got against Peter? He’s al­ways been good to you. AmE & BrE: What do you have against Peter? He’s al­ways been good to you.
  13. Have we got enough salt in? (BrE)
  14. We’re having the build­ers in to­mor­row to re­pair the roof (BrE).
  15. He went to the den­tist and had a tooth out.
  16. She had to have her ap­pen­dix out.
  17. Let’s have the whole thing out right now.
  18. I want to have it out with him once and for all.
  19. We’re having our friends over to­night. Also, BrE: We’re having our friends round to­night.
  20. He was had up for shop­lift­ing (BrE, in­for­mal).


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