1 possess, own, keep; maintain:
Imelda had more shoes than you could count.
2 receive, take, accept, get, obtain, acquire, procure, secure, take:
How many gifts did you say she had from him?
3 entertain, be struck by:
4 possess, bear, contain, include, comprise:
The night has a thousand eyes.
5 suffer with or from, be suffering with or from, be experiencing, be undergoing, be enduring, be subjected to:
My daughter was really ill when she had measles.
6 arrange, organize, set up, prepare; hold:
If I have a party, will you come? We shall have our next meeting on Saturday
7 partake of, participate in, experience, enjoy; eat; drink:
I hope you have a good time.
8 give birth to, bear, deliver, bring into the world; beget, sire, father:
She had three children in as many years. How many children has he had?
9 make, demand; force, oblige, cause, induce, press, require, compel:
We'll have the caterers come at noon.
10 had better or best. ought to, must, should:
I had better not drink as I'm driving.
11 had rather or sooner. prefer to, would rather or sooner:
12 have on.
(a) be wearing, be dressed or clothed or attired in:
I'll have on the silk nightgown you like so much.
(b) be committed to, have planned, have in the offing, have on the agenda:
I have something on next Tuesday evening.
(c) trick, tease, deceive, pull (someone's) leg, play a joke on, fool:
Do you really love me or are you having me on?