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to have tingly fingerskribbelige Finger haben
to have tired of sb./sth. jds./etw. überdrüssig sein
to have to müssen
to have to zu ... haben [müssen]
to have to answer for sth.etw. zu verantworten haben
to have to answer to sb. sich vor jdm. verantworten müssen
to have to ask sb.'s permission jdn. um Erlaubnis fragen müssen
to have to be fulfilled erfüllt werden müssen
to have to be in on everything [coll.]seine Pfoten überall drin haben [ugs., derb]
to have to bear unnecessary costsunnötige Kosten tragen müssen
to have to bite the bullet in den sauren Apfel beißen müssen
to have to buy sth. as welletw. mitkaufen müssen
to have to clear one's desk [fig.] [to get fired]seinen Tisch räumen müssen [fig.] [entlassen werden]
to have to come here hermüssen [ugs.]
to have to come with sb. mitmüssen [mitkommen müssen]
to have to come with sb. mitkommen müssen
to have to come with sb. mit jdm. mitgehen müssen
to have to cope with sth. mit etw. [Dat.] zu kämpfen haben
to have to dip [Am.] gehen müssen
to have to dispense with sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. verzichten müssen
to have to do sth. etw. tun müssen
to have to do sth. gezwungen sein, etw. zu tun
to have to do sth. etw. zu tun haben
to have to do with sb./sth.mit jdm./etw. zu tun haben [betreffen]
to have to do with sth.sich mit etw. abgeben
to have to do with sth. [be connected with]mit etw. [Dat.] zusammenhängen [mit etw. zu tun haben]
to have to follow sb. jdm. nachmüssen [ugs.]
to have to get off the sidelines von der Reservebank runtermüssen [ugs.]
to have to get out hinausmüssen [ugs.]
to have to get out rausmüssen [ugs.]
to have to get up during the nightnachts rausmüssen [ugs.] [bes. um Wasser zu lassen]
to have to gowegmüssen [ugs.] [weggehen oder wegfahren müssen]
to have to go home heimmüssen [ugs.]
to have to go somewhereirgendwohin sollen
to have to go somewhere irgendwo hinmüssen
to have to go through sth. [endure]durch etw. [Akk.] durchmüssen [ugs.] [durchmachen müssen]
to have to go with sb. mit jdm. mitkommen müssen
to have to go without sth.auf etw. verzichten müssen
to have to go without sth. ohne etw. [Akk.] auskommen müssen
to have to have sth.etw. [Akk.] haben müssen
to have to have stitchesgenäht werden müssen
to have to hold oneself in [fig.] [suppress an emotion] an sich [Akk.] halten müssen [Redewendung] [sich beherrschen]
to have to lay up [to be confined to bed] das Bett hüten müssen [Redewendung]
to have to look after oneself auf sich allein angewiesen sein
to have to make do with sth. sich mit etw. bescheiden müssen [geh.]
to have to make the next move am Zuge sein [auch fig.]
to have to muck in [Br.] [coll.]ranmüssen [ugs.] [heranmüssen (eine Arbeit / Aufgabe übernehmen müssen)]
to have to pay a visit (to the loo) [coll. euphem.] mal aufs Örtchen müssen [ugs. verhüll.]
to have to pay the bill [fig.] die Rechnung serviert bekommen [fig.]
to have to pay through one's nose [idiom]tief in die Tasche greifen müssen [Idiom]
to have to pinch oneself sich selbst zwicken müssen
to have to put a lot of work into sth.etw. nur mit großem Arbeitsaufwand erreichen
to have to reach for one's wallet too often zu oft ins Portemonnaie greifen müssen
to have to repeat a year sitzenbleiben [alt] [ugs.]
to have to repeat a year sitzen bleiben [ugs.]
to have to repeat a yearnicht versetzt werden
to have to repeat classsitzenbleiben [Schule]
to have to returnzurückmüssen [ugs.]
to have to stay behind after school nachsitzen müssen
to have to suffer sth. etw. auskosten müssen [geh. für: erleiden]
to have to take the consequences of sth.etw. auslöffeln müssen [fig.]
to have to take the rap for sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.]seine Rübe für etw. hinhalten müssen [ugs.]
to have to undergo a body search sich einer Leibesvisitation unterziehen müssen
to have to undergo a strip searchsich einer Leibesvisitation unterziehen müssen [mit Ausziehen von Kleidungsstücken]
to have to wait warten müssen
to have to wait in linesich hinten anstellen müssen
to have to worm sth. out of sb.jdm. die Würmer aus der Nase ziehen müssen
to (have to) content oneself with sth.es bei / mit etw. [Dat.] bewenden lassen
to (have to) give way [idiom]das Feld räumen (müssen) [Redewendung]
to (have to) grapple with sb./sth.sich mit jdm./etw. herumschlagen (müssen) [ugs.]
to (have to) make do with sb./sth. mit jdm./etw. fürliebnehmen (müssen) [veraltet für: vorliebnehmen]
to have together beieinander haben
to have tons of money [coll.] [idiom] in Geld schwimmen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to have tons to catch up on [idiom]jede Menge zu erzählen haben
to have too big a heart [fig.] ein zu großes Herz haben [fig.]
to have too little information zu wenig Informationen haben
to have too many irons in the fireauf zu vielen Hochzeiten tanzen
to have too much pride to do sth.zu stolz sein, um etw. zu tun
to have too much to dozu viel zu tun haben
to have totally messed sth. up [coll.] etw. total verbockt haben [ugs.]
to have tough luck in sth. bei etw. Pech haben
to have toys in the attic [idiom] nicht alle Tassen im Schrank haben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to have traffic with sth. [rare] mit etw. zu tun haben
to have tremendous fun einen Riesenspaß haben [ugs.]
to have trouble / difficulty doing sth. sich [Akk.] mit etw. [Dat.] harttun [(große) Mühe haben]
to have trouble concentrating sich nur schwer konzentrieren können
to have trouble dealing with sth.sich schwer tun, mit etw. fertig zu werden
to have trouble doing sth.Probleme / Schwierigkeiten damit haben, etw. zu tun
to have trust in his wordsseinen Worten trauen
to have tuberculosis tuberkulosekrank sein [seltener für: an Tuberkulose erkrankt sein]
to have turned full circle sich ganz herumgedreht haben
to have turned full circleeine Volldrehung gemacht haben
to have turned full circle [fig.]wieder da sein, wo man angefangen hat
to have twice the relative risk ein zweifach erhöhtes Risiko haben
to have two inches on her / him 5 Zentimeter größer sein als sie / er
to have two left feet [fig.] zwei linke Hände haben [fig.]
to have two strings to one's bow [idiom] ein zweites Mittel zur Hand haben
to have two strings to one's bow [idiom] noch etwas in der Hinterhand haben [Redewendung]
to have universal appealweltweiten Gefallen finden
to have unprotected sexungeschützten Geschlechtsverkehr haben
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