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to have something in commonat have noget (til) fælles
med. to have a sore throatat have ondt i halsen
He must have done it.Han have gjort det.
to have had enough of sb.at have fået nok af ngn.
to haveat have
Unverified to possessat have
gardenhave {fk}
to haveat eje
to have gotat eje
to have gotat besidde
to requireat have brug for
communal gardenfælles have {fk}
to requireat have behov for
to needat have brug for
Do you have ... ?Har du ... ?
to wearat have [noget]
Unverified Do you have ... ?Har De ... ?
to have no rightsat være retsløs
talem. Unverified to make it bigat have succes
Thank you!Tak skal du have!
to mind [dislike]at have noget imod
med. to have an abortionat en abort
I have no idea.Jeg har ingen anelse.
to be allowed toat have lov til at
Unverified to possess sth.at have ngt. i sin besiddelse
Unverified have a great dayHav en god dag
bibel. Garden of EdenEdens Have {fk} [eller: Edens have]
[I/we/they] have to[jeg/vi/de]
to be out of one's mindat have mistet forstanden
Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at sværme for ngn.
Unverified What's for pudding? [Br.]Hvad skal vi have til dessert?
Unverified What's for tea? [Br.]Hvad skal vi have til aftensmad?
Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være forelsket i ngn.
Unverified to be very richat have røven fuld af penge [uform.] [vulg.]
talem. Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være skudt i ngn. [uform.]
Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være varm ngn. [uform.]
Unverified What is there for supper?Hvad skal vi have (til middag / aftensmad)?
Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være vild med ngn. [uform.]
Unverified Yes, (I do / did / have / had / am / was / will / would / shall / should / can / could / may / might!) [contradicting a negative question]Jo!
thedet
thede
theden
at (the) {prep}
geogr. the AlpsAlperne {pl}
geogr. the Far EastFjernøsten {n}
from the north {adv}nordfra
astron. (the) Earth <⊕, ♁>Jorden {fk} <⊕, ♁>
on the contrary {adv}tværtimod
geogr. the tropicstroperne {pl} [best.]
from the rear {adv}bagfra
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