have

have
[hæv] 1. pt, pp had, aux vb
1) (usu)

to have arrived — przybyć (perf)

to have gone — odejść (perf)

she has been promoted — dostała awans

has he told you? — powiedział ci?

having finished/when he had finished, he left — skończywszy or kiedy skończył, wyszedł

2) (in tag questions) prawda

you've done it, haven't you? — zrobiłeś to, prawda?

3) (in short answers and questions)

you've made a mistake — no I haven't/so I have — pomyliłeś się — nie/tak (, rzeczywiście)

we haven't paid — yes we have! — nie zapłaciliśmy — ależ tak!

I've been there before — have you? — już kiedyś tam byłem — naprawdę?

2. modal aux vb

to have (got) to do sth — musieć coś (z)robić

I haven't got/I don't have to wear glasses — nie muszę nosić okularów

3. vt
1) (possess) mieć

he has (got) blue eyes — ma niebieskie oczy

do you have/have you got a car? — (czy) masz samochód?

2) (eat) jeść (zjeść perf); (drink) pić (wypić perf)

to have breakfast — jeść (zjeść perf) śniadanie

3) (receive, obtain etc) mieć, dostawać (dostać perf)

you can have it for 5 pounds — możesz to dostać or mieć za pięć funtów

4) (allow) pozwalać (pozwolić perf) na +acc

I won't have it! — nie pozwolę na to!

5)

to have sth done — dawać (dać perf) or oddawać (oddać perf) coś do zrobienia, kazać (kazać perf) (sobie) coś zrobić

to have one's hair cut — obcinać (obciąć perf) włosy

I must have my jacket cleaned — muszę oddać marynarkę do czyszczenia

to have sb doing sth — sprawiać (sprawić perf), że ktoś coś robi

he soon had them all laughing — wkrótce sprawił, że wszyscy się śmiali

6) (experience, suffer) mieć

to have a cold — być przeziębionym

to have flu — mieć grypę

he had his arm broken — złamali mu rękę

she had her bag stolen — ukradli jej torebkę

7) (+noun)

to have a swim — popływać (perf)

to have a walk — przespacerować się (perf)

to have a rest — odpocząć (perf)

to have a baby — urodzić (perf) dziecko

let's have a look — spójrzmy, popatrzmy

let me have a try — daj mi spróbować

8) (inf)

you've been had — dałeś się nabrać (inf)

Phrasal Verbs:
* * *
(to have or keep (something) in case or until it is needed: If you go to America please keep some money in reserve for your fare home.) mieć w rezerwie

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