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Spanish-English translation for: to have
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Dictionary Spanish English: to have

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VERB  to have | had | had ... 
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recrearseto have fun
almorzarto have lunch
cenarto have dinner
divertirseto have fun
Partial Matches
¿Tienes ...?Have you .....?
tener queto have to
¿Tienes ...?Do you have ....?
[yo] tengo[I] have
tener algoto have sth.
med. moquearto have a runny nose
ducharseto have a shower [Br.]
gastr. merendarto have an afternoon snack
disfrutarto have a good time
divertirseto have a good time
tener algoto have got sth.
poseer algoto have (got) sth.
tener cuates {m.pl} [Bolivia] [col.]to have friends
almorzar algoto have sth. for lunch
tener un sueñoto have a dream
Quería ...I would like (to have) ...
¡Buen viaje!(Have a) good trip!
bañarse [lavarse]to have a bath [Br.]
acabar de empezarto have just started
¿Tiene (Usted) ... ? [formal]Do you have ... ?
tener una aventurato have an affair
med. tener diarreato have the trots [sl.]
tener un hijoto have a baby
med. estar muy resfriadoto have a heavy cold
Unverified agarrar patín [divertirse] [mex.] [col.]to have fun
echarse un coyotito [col.] [mex.]to have a siesta
estar arrecho [col.] [sur.]to want to have sex
estar kh'encha [Bolivia] [col.]to have bad luck
Unverified Debí advinar que ...I should have guessed that ...
haberto have [auxiliary verb used to form compound tenses]
Unverified andar chuña {f} [cent.] [El Salvador] [col.]to have nothing
Unverified vacilar [salir a divertirse] [sur.] [Chile] [col.]to have fun
algn hubiese hecho algosb. would have done sth.
Unverified pijinear [salir a divertirse] [cent.] [Honduras]to go have fun
algn hubiera hecho algosb. would have done sth.
estar yesca {f} [Bolivia] [col.]to not have a dime [Am.]
Unverified hacerse la jarocha [mex.] [col.]to have a sex change
Unverified estar cachuo [tener dudas] [sur.] [Chile] [col.]to have doubts
Debe haberlo hecho (él).He must have done it.
¡Dios, apiádate de nosotros!May God have mercy on us!
No tengo queja de él.I have nothing against him.
A ver.We'll (just) have to wait and see.
saber algo de buena fuenteto have sth. on good authority
estar de goma [Costa Rica] [cent.] [col.]to have a hangover
hacer aguas mayores [col.] [locución]to have a crap [vulg.] [Br.]
Unverified echar un pato [tener sexo] [sur.] [Chile] [col.]to have sex
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