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Detailed Translations for have from English to Spanish


to have verb (has, had, having)

  1. to have (own; possess)

Conjugations for have:

  1. have
  2. have
  3. has
  4. have
  5. have
  6. have
simple past
  1. had
  2. had
  3. had
  4. had
  5. had
  6. had
present perfect
  1. have had
  2. have had
  3. has had
  4. have had
  5. have had
  6. have had
past continuous
  1. was having
  2. were having
  3. was having
  4. were having
  5. were having
  6. were having
  1. shall have
  2. will have
  3. will have
  4. shall have
  5. will have
  6. will have
continuous present
  1. am having
  2. are having
  3. is having
  4. are having
  5. are having
  6. are having
  1. be had
  2. be had
  3. be had
  4. be had
  5. be had
  6. be had
  1. have!
  2. let's have!
  3. had
  4. having
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for have:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
propiedades bits & pieces; bits and pieces; possesions; stuff; things; worldly goods
- rich person; wealthy person
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
disponer de have; own; possess
haber have; own; possess
poseer have; own; possess
propiedades have; own; possess
tener have; own; possess
- accept; bear; birth; cause; consume; deliver; experience; feature; get; give; give birth; have got; hold; induce; ingest; let; make; own; possess; receive; stimulate; suffer; sustain; take; take in; throw
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- be in possession of; eat; hold

Related Words for "have":

  • having

Synonyms for "have":

Antonyms for "have":

Related Definitions for "have":

  1. a person who possesses great material wealth1
  2. cause to be born1
    • My wife had twins yesterday!1
  3. suffer from; be ill with1
    • She has arthritis1
  4. undergo (as of injuries and illnesses)1
    • He had an insulin shock after eating three candy bars1
  5. cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition1
  6. undergo1
    • The stocks had a fast run-up1
  7. cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner1
  8. serve oneself to, or consume regularly1
  9. have sex with; archaic use1
    • He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable1
  10. organize or be responsible for1
    • have, throw, or make a party1
  11. go through (mental or physical states or experiences)1
    • have a feeling1
  12. have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense1
    • She has $1,000 in the bank1
    • He has got two beautiful daughters1
  13. have ownership or possession of1
    • How many cars does she have?1
  14. have left1
    • I have two years left1
    • I don't have any money left1
    • They have two more years before they retire1
  15. get something; come into possession of1
  16. receive willingly something given or offered1
    • The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter1
    • I won't have this dog in my house!1
  17. achieve a point or goal1
    • Nicklaus had a 701
  18. have a personal or business relationship with someone1
    • have a postdoc1
    • have an assistant1
    • have a lover1
  19. have as a feature1
  20. be confronted with1
    • What do we have here?1
    • Now we have a fine mess1

Wiktionary Translations for have:

  1. to depict as being
  2. cause to be
  3. be affected by an occurrence
  4. cause to, by command or request
  5. to be related to
  6. to partake of something
  7. to possess
  8. must
  9. auxiliary used in forming the perfect and the past perfect tenses

Cross Translation:
have dejar laten — veroorzaken
have haber hebben — bezitten
have ser; estar zijn — de eigenschap hebben.
have ser; estar zijnzijn + voltooid deelwoord: hulpwerkwoord van de voltooide tijd van ergatieven
have ser; estar zijnzijn + voltooid deelwoord: hulpwerkwoord van de voltooide tijd van de lijdende vorm
have haber habenHilfsverb zur Bildung zusammengesetzter Zeiten
have tener haben — (transitiv) eine Sache besitzen
have tener hegen — (transitiv): in sich tragen; bewusst bewahren
have obtener; recibir kriegenumgangssprachlich: bekommen
have tomar; coger nehmen — eine Sache greifen
have tener avoir — Posséder.
have haber avoir — Verbe auxiliaire.
have tener; sujetar; llevar; aguantar tenir — Avoir en main, entre les bras, de manière à ne pas laisser aller.

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