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English-German translation for: to have
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Dictionary English German: to have

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VERB  to have | had | had ... 
to havebekommen
to havebesitzen
to have [exhibit]aufweisen [als Charakteristikum haben]
to have [have something done] [e.g. have a car repaired]lassen [veranlassen (, dass etw. getan wird)] [z. B. ein Auto reparieren lassen]
Keywords contained
to have sb. [coll.] [have sex with sb.]jdn. haben [ugs.] [mit jdm. schlafen]
to have sb./sth.jdn./etw. haben
med. to have sth. [a disease, an illness]an etw.Dat. erkrankt sein
to have sth. [possess sth.]über etw.Akk. verfügen [etw. haben, besitzen]
to have affairs [while married]fremdgehen [ugs.]
to have arrivedvorliegen [beim Empfänger angekommen sein]
to have arrivedangekommen sein
to have arrived [fig.]es geschafft haben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sozialen, ökonomischen Aufstieg]
to have asthmaasthmatisch sein [an Asthma leiden]
idiom to have at sb. [coll.]sich über jdn. hermachen [ugs.]
to have availableverfügen über
to have bedsoreswund gelegen sein
to have brainsintelligent sein
to have brainsKöpfchen haben
to have breakfastfrühstücken
gastr. to have brunchbrunchen [ugs.]
gastr. to have bruncheinen Brunch einnehmen [geh.]
to have but sth. [e. g. possibility, task]nur etw.Akk. haben [z. B. Aufgabe, Möglichkeit]
to have butterfingers [coll.]ungeschickt sein
to have caught sb./sth. [to have captured sb./sth.]jdn./etw.Akk. haben [jdn./etw. gefangen haben]
to have children [bring into the world]sichDat. Kinder anschaffen [ugs.] [fig.]
to have chosen sb.jdn. auserwählt haben
to have chosen sb.jdn. ausgewählt haben
to have claustrophobiaPlatzangst haben [ugs.]
to have clout [coll.]Einfluss haben
to have cojones [esp. Am.] [coll.]Courage haben
to have cojones [esp. Am.] [coll.]Mumm haben [ugs.]
to have companyGesellschaft haben
to have compliedim Einklang sein
to have confessedgeständig sein
to have connectionsBeziehungen haben
to have connectionsConnections haben [ugs.]
to have consequencesein Nachspiel haben [fig.]
med. to have convulsionskrampfen
to have crabs [vulg.] [pubic lice]Matrosen am Mast haben [vulg.] [Filzläuse]
to have designated sb.jdn. ausgewählt haben
med. to have diabetesDiabetes haben
to have differencesDifferenzen haben [unterschiedliche Ansichten, Streitigkeiten]
gastr. to have dinnerabendessen [bes. südd.] [zu Abend essen]
gastr. to have dinnernachtmahlen [österr.]
gastr. to have dinnerzu Abend essen
to have done sth.etw.Akk. gemacht haben
to have doubtsZweifel haben
to have emptied sth. [e.g. plate, bottle]etw.Akk. aushaben [ugs.] [regional] [leer gegessen / getrunken haben, z. B. Teller, Flasche]
to have evidenceBeweise haben
to have finished sth. [e.g. book, newspaper]etw.Akk. aushaben [ugs.] [ausgelesen haben]
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