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  • 以下这些动词均可表示"吃" 的意思
    eat普通用词,使用广泛。既可用于人,也可用于动物。
    dine正式用词,既可指一日三餐中的任何一餐,也可以指特殊的用餐。
    have可与eat换用,但强调一次性的动作。
    consume侧重痛痛快快地吃得一干二净,可用于人和动物。
    devour指狼吞虎咽地吃,强调吃得既快又彻底。
    gorge侧重指拼命地吃或塞,强调吃饱或吃得过量。
    swallow主要指吃的整个过程的第二部分"咽",并常指咀嚼得匆匆忙忙地吃。
  • 以下这些动词均有"有,具有,持有" 的意思
    have最常用词,可指任何情况下的具有,无论是物质的或精神的。
    hold指拥有并保持财产及持有见解等,暗示不让别人拿走或占有。
    own不及本组的possess正式,多指所属关系,强调所有权,不管所属物是否在物主手中。
    possess较正式,指拥有或占有并能加以控制与支配,强调其归属;也指具有某种品质、才能、特点或性能等。
    keep指长时间地保有,保存某物,防止别人占去,强调安全和感情上的依附。
    enjoy指享有某种权利或长处,带有欣赏或喜爱的情感。
  • 以下这些动词均有"使,使得" 的意思
    make普通用词,指强迫或劝诱他人做某事。
    cause正式用词,侧重指使某事发生的原因。
    get侧重指劝某人做某事,或指使某事物处于某种状态或产生某种结果。
    have普通用词,指让某人做某事。
    render书面用词,多指因外界因素而使某人或某物处于某种状态。
词组
  • have at
    To attack. 攻击
  • have on
    To wear 穿戴 To be scheduled 策划:被安排在计划之内
  • have a care (或 an eye 等)
    见 care, eye,等
  • have got it bad
    (或 badly)(informal)be very powerfully affected emotionally, especially by love (非正式)因感情(尤指爱情)问题深受煎熬
  • have had it informal 非正式
    be in a very poor condition; be beyond repair or past its best 状态极差;无法修复;已过全盛期 be unable to tolerate someone or something any longer 忍无可忍
  • have it
    [with clause]express the view that (used to indicate that the speaker is reporting something which they do not necessarily believe to be fact) 据说 win a decision, especially after a vote (尤指投票之后)对决议投赞成票者获胜 have found the answer to something 获得答案
  • have it away (on one's toes)
    (Brit. informal)leave quickly (英,非正式)开溜
  • have it away or off
    (Brit. vulgar slang)have sexual intercourse (英,粗俚)性交,交媾
  • have it both ways
  • have got it in for
    (informal)feel a particular dislike of (someone) and behave in a hostile manner towards them (非正式)厌恶(某人)
  • have got it in one to do something
    (informal)have the capacity or potential (to do something) (非正式)有能力做成某事
  • have a nice day
    (chiefly US)used to express good wishes when parting (主美)[道别时用于表示良好的祝愿]祝你愉快
  • have got nothing on informal 非正式
    be not nearly as good as (someone or something), especially in a particular respect (尤指在某一方面)远不如(某人或某事物)好 (have nothing 或 something on someone)know nothing (or something) discreditable or incriminating about someone 没有(或有)(某人)的把柄;不知道(或知道)某人做过不名誉的事(或违法的事)
  • have nothing to do with
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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;
    "She has $1,000 in the bank""He has got two beautiful daughters""She holds a Master's degree from Harvard"
    2. have as a feature;
    "This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"
    3. of mental or physical states or experiences;
    "get an idea""experience vertigo""get nauseous""undergo a strange sensation""The chemical undergoes a sudden change""The fluid undergoes shear""receive injuries""have a feeling"
    4. have ownership or possession of;
    "He owns three houses in Florida""How many cars does she have?"
    5. cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition;
    "He got his squad on the ball""This let me in for a big surprise""He got a girl into trouble"
    6. serve oneself to, or consume regularly;
    "Have another bowl of chicken soup!""I don't take sugar in my coffee"
    7. have a personal or business relationship with someone;
    "have a postdoc""have an assistant""have a lover"
    8. organize or be responsible for;
    "hold a reception""have, throw, or make a party""give a course"
    9. have left;
    "I have two years left""I don't have any money left""They have two more years before they retire"
    10. be confronted with;
    "What do we have here?""Now we have a fine mess"
    11. undergo;
    "The stocks had a fast run-up"
    12. suffer from; be ill with;
    "She has arthritis"
    13. cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner;
    "The ads induced me to buy a VCR""My children finally got me to buy a computer""My wife made me buy a new sofa"
    14. receive willingly something given or offered;
    "The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter""I won't have this dog in my house!""Please accept my present"
    15. get something; come into possession of;
    "receive payment""receive a gift""receive letters from the front"
    16. undergo (as of injuries and illnesses);
    "She suffered a fracture in the accident""He had an insulin shock after eating three candy bars""She got a bruise on her leg""He got his arm broken in the scuffle"
    17. achieve a point or goal;
    "Nicklaus had a 70""The Brazilian team got 4 goals""She made 29 points that day"
    18. give birth (to a newborn);
    "My wife had twins yesterday!"
    19. have sex with; archaic use;
    "He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable"