English to Korean Meaning :: have

Have :
있다
있다, 하다, 가지다, 잡다, 띠다, 하게 하다, 지게 하다, 속이다, 접하다, 시키다, 되다, ...이 있다, ...하지 않으면 안 되다, 경험하다, 해두다, 허용하다 - 있다있다아이템
 
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Noun(1) a person who possesses great material wealth
Verb(1) have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense(2) have as a feature(3) go through (mental or physical states or experiences(4) have ownership or possession of(5) cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition(6) serve oneself to, or consume regularly(7) have a personal or business relationship with someone(8) organize or be responsible for(9) have left(10) be confronted with(11) undergo(12) suffer from; be ill with(13) cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner(14) receive willingly something given or offered(15) get something; come into possession of(16) undergo (as of injuries and illnesses

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(1) I want to have everything ready in good time(2) I will have her give you a call tonight.(3) ÔÇ£Have you seen him?ÔÇØ ÔÇ£Yes, I have.ÔÇØ(4) We are always thrilled to have him and it gives people who come up this way and visit a chance to call in.(5) we have my uncle staying with us(6) I was going to have Peter and Chris over to plan our trip to Aspen the next day.(7) do I have to go?(8) We have showed we have the quality in the past and I'm sure we will get it right.(9) we can't have him say that(10) it is advisable to have your carpet laid by a professional(11) You have to work for yourself in order to have the freedom to do what is required to make the money.(12) I don't have that much money on me(13) Whoever would have thought that plain bricks and mortar could get so complicated?(14) what do I have to do?(15) she'd have to be up at six(16) you have to think before you speak
Related Words
(1) have fun ::
재미
(2) you have ::
당신은
(3) have to ::
에가
(4) have got ::
가지고있다
(5) have been ::
왔다
(6) they have ::
자신이 갖고
(7) have dinner ::
저녁을 먹다
(8) have lunch ::
점심 먹자
(9) have breakfast ::
아침을 먹다
(10) have a good time ::
좋은 시간을
Synonyms
Verb
1. possess ::
붙잡다
2. comprise ::
이루다
3. eat ::
먹다
4. receive ::
받다
5. organize ::
구성
6. give birth to ::
아기를 낳다
7. entertain ::
즐겁게 하다
8. experience ::
경험
9. be suffering from ::
앓고
10. harbor ::
항구
11. manifest ::
명백한
12. make ::
하다
13. tolerate ::
참다
14. must ::
절대로 필요한 것
15. trick ::
장난
16. get ::
도망
17. take ::
갖다
18. give ::
주기
19. accept ::
동의
20. give birth ::
출산하다
21. have got ::
가지고있다
22. stimulate ::
자극
23. own ::
개인적인
24. feature ::
특색
25. ingest ::
섭취
Noun
26. rich person ::
호부
Antonyms
1. lack ::
결핍
2. want ::
필요
Different Forms
have, haves, having
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

You just crossed the river?
Yeah. Have you seen anything?

You just crossed the river? Yeah. Have you seen anything?

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 9


You know, I do have
some time off this Sunday.

You know, I do HAVE some time off this Sunday.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8


I do have a pretty balls-to-the-wall
moisturizing regimen.

I do HAVE a pretty balls-to-the-wall moisturizing regimen.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 21


Yes, I have.

Yes, I HAVE.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 24


- Sorry, I was gonna tell you.
- No, you don\

- Sorry, I was gonna tell you. - No, you don't HAVE to apologize.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 23


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