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to have been overserved [coll.] [to have been served too much alcohol] zu tief ins Glas geschaut haben [ugs.]
to have been photoshopped [resulting in a photomontage] [e.g.: It has been ... / The picture has been ...]sich um eine Fotomontage handeln [am Computer hergestellt] [z. B.: Es handelt sich ... / Bei dem Bild handelt es sich ...]
to have been previously convicted (for a similar offence) einschlägig vorbestraft sein
to have been read the riot act [coll.] [idiom]eins / einen auf den Deckel gekriegt haben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [verbal]
to have been refused entryEinreiseverbot haben
to have been shortlisted for sth.in die engere Wahl für etw. [Akk.] gekommen sein
to have been shortlisted for sth. es in die engere Wahl für etw. geschafft haben
to have been stabbed (to death) [with a dagger] erdolcht worden sein [geh.]
to have been taught by sb. bei jdm. in die Schule gegangen sein [etw. gelernt haben]
to have been there before [idiom]etwas schon einmal erlebt haben
to have been through sth. etw. [Akk.] mitgemacht haben [durchgestanden haben]
to have been through sth. etw. [Akk.] durchgemacht haben
to have been through sth. etw. [Akk.] durchgestanden haben
to have been up to sth. [coll.] [mischief]etw. ausgefressen haben [ugs.]
to have behavioural problems [Br.]schwer erziehbar sein
to have better chances bessere Karten haben [auch fig.: bessere Chancen haben]
to have better fortunemehr Glück haben
to have big gaps (between them) weit auseinander stehen [Linien, Zeilen etc.]
to have big ideas Rosinen im Kopf haben [Redewendung]
to have big plansGroßes vorhaben
to have big shoes to fill [idiom]keine leichte Aufgabe haben
to have bigger fish to fry [fig.]Wichtigeres zu tun haben
to have bits of paper everywhere [coll.] eine Zettelwirtschaft haben [ugs.]
to have bitten the dust [fig., coll.] [to have died, to be broken]in die ewigen Jagdgründe eingegangen sein [ugs., fig.: gestorben, kaputt]
to have blinders on [Am.] [fig.]Scheuklappen aufhaben [auch fig.] [ugs.]
to have blinders on [fig.] betriebsblind sein
to have blinders on [fig.] Scheuklappen tragen [auch fig.]
to have blinkers on [Br.] [also fig.] Scheuklappen tragen [auch fig.]
to have blinkers on [Br.] [also fig.] Scheuklappen aufhaben [ugs.] [auch fig.]
to have blinkers on [Br.] [fig.] borniert sein
to have blinkers on [Br.] [idiom] engstirnig sein
to have blood on one's hands [also fig.] Blut an den Händen haben [auch fig.]
to have blue balls [fig.] [vulg.] dicke Eier haben [vulg.]
to have blue blood [belong to the nobility] blaues Blut haben [von Adel sein]
to have both feet on the ground [fig.] mit beiden Beinen im Leben stehen [Redewendung]
to have both feet planted (firmly) on the ground [fig.]mit beiden Beinen (fest) auf dem Boden stehen [fig.]
to have bow legsO-Beine haben
to have brains intelligent sein
to have brains Köpfchen haben
to have breakfastfrühstücken
to have breakfast brought to one's room sich [Dat.] das Frühstück aufs Zimmer bringen lassen
to have British citizenship die britische Staatsbürgerschaft besitzen
to have broad views tolerante Ansichten haben
to have brought sth. on / upon oneselfsich [Dat.] etw. selbst eingebrockt haben [ugs.]
to have brunchbrunchen [ugs.]
to have brunch einen Brunch einnehmen [geh.]
to have business relations with sb. mit jdm. in Geschäftsbeziehungen stehen
to have but sth. [e. g. possibility, task] nur etw. [Akk.] haben [z. B. Aufgabe, Möglichkeit]
to have butterfingers [coll.] ungeschickt sein
to have butterflies in one's stomach [idiom]Schmetterlinge im Bauch haben [Redewendung]
to have butterflies in one's tummy [coll.] Schmetterlinge im Bauch haben
to have capped teeth Kronen haben [Zahnkronen]
to have carnal knowledge of sb. mit jdm. Geschlechtsverkehr haben
to have carnal knowledge (of sb.) [formal] fleischliche Kenntnis (von jdm.) haben [veraltet] [selten noch rechtssprachlich]
to have carte blanche [idiom] schalten und walten können, wie man will [Redewendung]
to have carte blanche [idiom]nach Belieben schalten und walten können [Redewendung]
to have caught sb./sth. [to have captured sb./sth.] jdn./etw. [Akk.] haben [jdn./etw. gefangen haben]
to have cause for complaint Anlass zur Beschwerde haben
to have cello lessons with sb. bei jdm. Cellounterricht haben
to have central heating installedeine Zentralheizung einbauen lassen
to have changed beyond recognition nicht mehr wiederzuerkennen sein
to have children [bring into the world] sich [Dat.] Kinder anschaffen [ugs.] [fig.]
to have chosen / designated sb. for jdn. vorgesehen haben für
to have chosen sb. jdn. ausgewählt haben
to have chosen sb.jdn. auserwählt haben
to have chosen sb. for sth. [designated] jdn. für etw. vorgesehen haben
to have claustrophobiaPlatzangst haben [ugs.]
to have clay feet [Am.]auf tönernen Füßen stehen
to have clay feet [Am.] [idiom]einen Makel auf der weißen Weste haben [Redewendung]
to have clay feet [Am.] [idiom] keine weiße Weste haben [Redewendung]
to have clearance for takeoff die Startfreigabe erhalten haben
to have clout [coll.] Einfluss haben
to have cognizance of sth. [formal] von etw. [Dat.] Kenntnis haben
to have cojones [esp. Am.] [coll.]Courage haben
to have cojones [esp. Am.] [coll.]Mumm haben [ugs.]
to have cold feet [fig.]Manschetten haben [fig.] [ugs.] [Angst haben]
to have cold feet [idiom]Gamaschen haben [ugs.] [veraltet] [Redewendung]
to have come a long way es weit gebracht haben
to have come full circle sich ganz herumgedreht haben
to have come full circle eine Volldrehung gemacht haben
to have come full circle [idiom]wieder da sein, wo man angefangen hat
to have come into existence in any other wayauf andere Weise zustande gekommen sein
to have come into possession of sth. in den Besitz von etw. [Dat.] gelangt sein
to have come to the right place an der richtigen Stelle sein [für Auskunft etc.]
to have committed an offence against sb. [Br.] sich an jdm. vergangen haben
to have communion with sb. mit jdm. Umgang pflegen
to have companyGesellschaft haben
to have company for teaGäste zum Tee haben
to have compassion for / towards sb.mit jdm. Erbarmen haben
to have complete confidence in sb. vollstes Vertrauen in jdn. haben
to have complete trust in sb.volles Vertrauen zu jdm. haben
to have completed one's serviceausgedient haben [ugs.]
to have complied im Einklang sein
to have comprehensive insurancekaskoversichert sein
to have concerns (about sth.) (wegen etw.) Bedenken haben
to have confessed geständig sein
to have confidence in sb./sth.zu jdm./etw. Vertrauen haben
to have confidence in sth.in etw. [Akk.] Vertrauen haben
to have connectionsBeziehungen haben
to have connectionsConnections haben [ugs.]
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