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EnglishGerman
to have (sexual) intercourse with sb. mit jdm. Intimverkehr haben
to have shit for brains [vulg.]Scheiße im Hirn haben [vulg.]
to have shitloads of sth. [vulg.] etw. massenhaft besitzen
to have shot one's bolt [idiom] sein Pulver verschossen haben [Redewendung]
to have shufty at sth. [Br.] [coll.]erkunden [flüchtig]
to have silly ideasFlausen im Kopf haben [ugs.]
to have six numbers in the lotterysechs Richtige im Lotto haben
to have skin in the game [coll.] [idiom] einiges zu verlieren haben [an einem riskanten Unterfangen beteiligt sein]
to have some bearing on sth. in gewisser Beziehung zu etw. stehen
to have some bearing on sth.einen gewissen Bezug zu etw. haben
to have some bearing on sth. einen gewissen Zusammenhang mit etw. haben
to have some doubts as to whether ... so seine Zweifel haben, ob ...
to have some influence in / on sth. [ideas, findings etc.] in etw. einfließen [fig.] [Ideen, Erkenntnisse etc.]
to have some issues [coll.] Probleme haben
to have some meritetwas für sich haben [Redewendung]
to have some room for improvement [fig.] Luft nach oben haben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to have some say in it [idiom] ein Wörtchen dabei mitzureden haben
to have some say in sth. [idiom] ein Wörtchen bei etw. [Dat.] mitzureden haben
to have someone / somebody drive yousich [Akk.] chauffieren lassen
to have something in the bag [coll.] [idiom]etwas in der Tasche / im Beutel haben [ugs.] [fig.] [Redewendung]
to have something on the ball [coll.] [idiom] etwas auf dem Kasten haben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to have something to do with sth.etwas mit etw. [Dat.] zu tun haben
to have something to go oneinen Anhaltspunkt haben
to have something to hide etwas zu verbergen haben
to have something to lose [idiom]etwas zu verlieren haben [Redewendung]
to have somewhere to be irgendwo sein müssen [bei einem Termin, einer Verabredung etc.]
to have sore feet [especially from walking]fußmarod sein [österr.] [ugs.] [fußkrank]
to have sore musclesMuskelkater haben
to have sound knowledge of sth. in etw. [Dat.] firm sein
to have space (for sb./sth.) Platz (für jdn./etw.) haben
to have space to run aboutsich auslaufen können [Kinder]
to have spare timeabkömmlich sein
to have spending power über Kaufkraft verfügen
to have spring fever Frühlingsgefühle haben [hum.]
to have sprung a leak leckgeschlagen sein
to have stains on one's clothes Flecken auf der Kleidung haben
to have stalled [talks, negotiations]ins Stocken geraten sein
to have standing to be suedpassivlegitimiert sein
to have standing to sueaktiv legitimiert sein
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 sth. / nothing to show etw. / nichts aufzuweisen haben
to have sth. all to oneselfetw. ganz allein für sich haben
to have sth. all to oneselfetw. ganz für sich allein haben
to have sth. at hand etw. zur Hand haben
to have sth. at one's commandüber etw. [Akk.] gebieten [geh.]
to have sth. at one's disposalüber etw. [Akk.] verfügen
to have sth. at one's disposal etw. zur Verfügung haben
to have sth. at one's disposal über etw. [Akk.] gebieten [geh.] [über etw. verfügen]
to have sth. at one's fingertips etw. aus dem Effeff beherrschen
to have sth. at (one's) fingertips [fig.] [ready at hand, immediately available] etw. sofort greifbar haben
to have sth. at the back of one's memory eine Erinnerung im Hinterstübchen haben [fig.]
to have sth. at the back of one's mind etw. im Hinterstübchen haben [fig.]
to have sth. available etw. zur Verfügung haben
to have sth. available etw. [Akk.] dahaben [ugs.] [zur Verfügung haben]
to have sth. available [for an emergency] etw. vorhalten [für den Notfall]
to have sth. back etw. wiederhaben
to have sth. collected etw. abholen lassen
to have sth. coming (to one) [idiom] etw. [Akk.] verdient haben [bes. Strafe]
to have sth. completely overhauledetw. generalüberholen lassen
to have sth. confirmed sich [Dat.] etw. bestätigen lassen
to have sth. deployedetw. [Akk.] eingesetzt haben
to have sth. done etw. [Akk.] machen lassen
to have sth. done [e.g. have a house built] etw. tun lassen [z. B. ein Haus bauen lassen]
to have sth. down cold [coll.] [idiom] etw. [Akk.] perfekt beherrschen
to have sth. down pat etw. (gut) draufhaben [ugs.]
to have sth. down pat [Am.]etw. aus dem Effeff können [ugs.]
to have sth. down pat [idiom] etw. [Akk.] im Griff haben [Redewendung]
to have sth. down pat [idiom] etw. [Akk.] perfekt beherrschen
to have sth. down pat [idiom] etw. [Akk.] in- und auswendig können
to have sth. down to a fine art [idiom] etw. [Akk.] perfekt beherrschen
to have sth. firmly under controletw. [Akk.] fest in der Hand haben [Redewendung]
to have sth. for a last name [e.g. Smith] etw. zum Nachnamen haben [z. B. Schmidt]
to have sth. for a theme etw. zum Thema haben
to have sth. from / on / by hearsay etw. vom Hörensagen wissen [selten: vom Hörensagen haben] [Gerüchte]
to have sth. going on with sb.etw. mit jdm. laufen haben [ugs.] [Liebschaft]
to have sth. going spare [coll.]etw. übrig haben
to have sth. handyetw. zur Hand haben
to have sth. handy etw. griffbereit haben
to have sth. in black and white etw. schwarz auf weiß haben
to have sth. in common etw. Gemeinsames haben
to have sth. in common with sb./sth. etw. [Akk.] mit jdm./etw. gemein haben [Redewendung]
to have sth. in contemplation etw. erwägen
to have sth. in contemplation etw. in Betracht ziehen
to have sth. in mind etw. [Akk.] vorhaben
to have sth. in mind [idiom]etw. im Sinn haben
to have sth. in mind [intend to do sth.]etw. [Akk.] im Auge haben [Redewendung] [planen, vorhaben]
to have sth. in one's armoury [Br.] [fig.] etw. im Rüstzeug haben
to have sth. in one's coat of arms etw. im Wappen führen
to have sth. in pettoetw. insgeheim vorbereitet haben
to have sth. in placeetw. bereit (gestellt) haben
to have sth. in prospectetw. in Aussicht haben
to have sth. in reserve etw. auf Vorrat haben
to have sth. in reserve etw. in Reserve haben
to have sth. in spades [idiom] [e.g. character, quality, talent]viel von etw. [Dat.] besitzen [z. B. Charakter, Qualität, Talent]
to have sth. in stocketw. vorrätig haben
to have sth. in stocketw. [Akk.] auf Lager haben
to have sth. in stock etw. am Lager haben [fachsprachlich]
to have sth. in stocketw. auf Vorrat haben
to have sth. in storeetw. [Akk.] vorrätig haben
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