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2 Translation results for has in Spanish

verb | verbo

have verb

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had, has had, is having, has
haber; tener; experimentar, sufrir; incluir; comer, tomar; recibir; permitir, dejar; hacer; tener (niños)

Example sentences of
have verb

  • Do they have a new car?
  • You can have it until I get back.
  • She has a red bike, and I have a blue one.
  • She got another part-time job and now she has two jobs.
  • I'm looking for the newspaper. Do you have it?
  • He had the newspaper right in his hand.
  • I used to have a necklace like that, but I lost it.
  • She used to share a room with her sister, but now she has her own room.
  • Have they got a new car?
  • We've got things to do.
¿Sabes como usar have/has been con un verbo?
  • En inglés tienes que usar have/has been verbo + ing (have been living) para algo que empezó en el pasado y aún continua > The baby has been sleeping since 2 pm.

Detailed synonyms for have verb

Have, hold, own, possess, enjoy significan guardar, controlar, retener o experimentar como siendo propio de uno.
  • Have es un término general que carece de indicación específica de la causa o el motivo por el cual se considera lo tenido como propio de uno <they have plenty of money>.
  • Hold connota más fuerza en el control o en la retención, y connota la continuidad o la ocupación <held several offices in the government>.
  • Own indica un derecho natural o legal de considerar una cosa como propiedad de uno, y bajo el control absoluto de uno <owns property in several states>.
  • Possess suele ser el término preferido en referencia a un imponderable, como por ejemplo una característica, un poder o una cualidad <possesses a first-rate mind>.
  • Enjoy indica el tener algo como propiamente suyo o para el uso de uno <a company that enjoyed a fine reputation>.

haber verbo

to have, has

Related phrases for has

Reverse translation for has

haber  - to have, has 
tener  - to have, to hold, to feel, to make 
experimentar  - to experiment, to experiment with, to test out, to experience 
sufrir  - to suffer, to suffer, to tolerate, to put up with 
incluir  - to include 
comer  - to eat, to consume, to eat up, to eat into, to have a meal 
tomar  - to drink (alcohol), to take, to drink, to capture, to seize 
recibir  - to receive, to get, to receive visitors, to welcome 
permitir  - to permit, to allow 
dejar  - to leave, to abandon, to forsake, to let be, to let go, to allow, to permit 
hacer  - to act, to make, to do, to perform, to force, to oblige 
tener  (niños) - to have, to hold, to feel, to make 
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