have englannista suomeksi
saada lapsi, synnyttää
saada jku tekemään jtak
Different structure used, see: vai ( + question)
Different structure used, see: -ttaa
No equivalent, a direct sentence would be used.
Different structure used, see: mukaan
''I have a house and a car.''
''Look what I have here — a frog I found on the street!''
''Do you have the key?'' (not necessarily one's own key)
To include as a part, ingredient, or feature.
''I have two sisters.''
''She doesn't have any friends.''
''I have a really mean boss.''
''I have breakfast at six o'clock.''
''Can I have a look at that?''
''I'm going to have a bath now.''
''Let's have a game of tiddlywinks.''
''I have a lot of work to do.''
''I have already eaten today.''
''I had already eaten.''
''I will have left by the time you get here.''
''They haven't eaten dinner yet, have they?''
''Your wife hasn't been reading that nonsense, has she?''
''He has some money, hasn't he?''
''I have to go.''
To birth to.
''The couple always wanted to have children.''
''My wife is having the baby right now!''
''My mother had me when she was 25.''
To engage in intercourse with.
''He's always bragging about how many women he's had.''
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''Despite my protestations of love, she would not have me.''
2002, Matt Cyr, ''Something to Teach Me: Journal of an American in the Mountains of Haiti'', Educa Vision, Inc., (ISBN), (gbooks):
- His English is still in its beginning stages, like my Creole, but he was able to translate some Creole songs that he's written into English—not the best English, but English nonetheless. He had me correct the translations. That kind of thing is very interesting to me. When I was learning Spanish, I would often take my favorite songs and try to translate them.
''They had me feed their dog while they were out of town.''
(qualifier) To cause to be.
''He had him arrested for trespassing.''
''The lecture's ending had the entire audience in tears.''
''The hospital had several patients contract pneumonia last week.''
''I've had three people today tell me my hair looks nice.''
(qualifier) To depict as being.
''Their stories differed; he said he'd been at work when the incident occurred, but her statement had him at home that entire evening.''
(rfdate) ''The Guardian''
- Anton Rogan, 8, was one of the runners-up in the Tick Tock Box short story competition, not Anton Rogers as we had it.
''I could have him!''
''You broke the window! Teacher'll have you for that!''
''I have no German''.
''Dan certainly has arms today, probably from scraping paint off four columns the day before.''
''You had me alright! I never would have thought that was just a joke.''
1922, (w), ''(w)'' Chapter 2
- "You're a very naughty boy. If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times. I won't have you chasing the geese!"
''The child screamed incessantly for his mother to buy him a toy, but she wasn't having any of it.''
''I asked my dad if I could go to the concert this Thursday, but he wouldn't have it since it's a school night.''
''I made up an excuse as to why I was out so late, but my wife wasn't having any of it.''
''Thank you for having me!''
''What do you have for problem two?''
''I have two contacts on my scope.''
''We'll schedule closing arguments for Thursday, and the jury will have the case by that afternoon.''
To make an observation of (a bird species).
- A good credit rating can mean the difference between being a have or a have not.
1999, Various, ''The Haves and Have Nots'' (Penguin, (ISBN))
- While these stories serve to make us conscious of the implications of being a “have” or a “have-not,” as with all good literature, they do much more than that. They provide a glimpse into lives that we might never encounter elsewhere.
One who has some (contextually specified) thing.
2010, Simon Collin, ''Dictionary of Wine'' (A&C Black, (ISBN)):
- To find out whether you are a have or a have not, did you understand the malo and Brett sentence a few lines back? If no, this doesn't make any difference to me, as you are the proud possessor of something the 'haves' haven't got. You know exactly what you like and why you like it. The 'haves' pretend to like and understand everything, which by the way is impossible. They deliberate over choosing a bottle in the shop for hours, ...
2013, Kelda, ''Men Under a Microscope'' (Author House, (ISBN)), page 57:
- Generally, I can assure you that a woman's posterior causes a stir, whether she's considered a have or a have not. But in most cases, men gravitate toward a pair of prominent gluteus muscles because they find this display appealing. This prominent protrusion can make a pair of jeans look like it was painted on, above just being good to look at. And by the way, it also incites some backshot (a Caribbean term for a well-known sex position) and spanking tendencies during sexual activity ...
2014, Derek Prince, ''Ultimate Security: Finding a Refuge in Difficult Times'' (Whitaker House, (ISBN)):
- The question you must answer is, “Do you have Jesus?” In Jesus, you have eternal life. If you do not have Jesus—if you have not received Him—you do not have “the life.” Are you a “have,” or are you a “have not”? That is a vital decision every person must make—a critical issue you have to resolve for yourself.
''They advertise it as a great deal, but I think it's a bit of a have.''
to (l), (l)
(alternative spelling of)
to (l), to possess