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estar de goma [Costa Rica] [cent.] [col.]to have a hangover
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tender a ser algoto have a tendency to be sth.
echar un vistazo a algoto have a (quick) look at sth.
Tal vez vayamos a tener una tormenta.Perhaps we're going to have a storm.
divertirseto have a good time
disfrutarto have a good time
ducharseto have a shower [Br.]
caña {f} [Chile] [col.]hangover
loc. guayabo {m} [col.] [Colombia]hangover
tener un sueñoto have a dream
tener un hijoto have a baby
¡Buen viaje!(Have a) good trip!
bañarse [lavarse]to have a bath [Br.]
ratón {m} [ven.] [col.]hangover [coll.]
resaca {f}hangover [aftereffects of drunkenness]
echarse un coyotito [col.] [mex.]to have a siesta
estar yesca {f} [Bolivia] [col.]to not have a dime [Am.]
hacer aguas mayores [col.] [locución]to have a crap [vulg.] [Br.]
estar hecho a base de ...to have as its essential ingredient ...
presentir algo [intuir algo futuro]to have a presentiment of sth. [formal]
Unverified tener calada a algn [col.] [locución]to have sb. taped [coll.] [idiom] [know the intentions of]
loc. no tener la más mínima posibilidadto not have a cat in hell's chance [coll.]
cagar [vulg.]to have / take a dump [vulg.] [coll.] [defecate]
no tener qué llevarse a la boca [col.] [locución]to not have two brass farthings to rub together [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
divertirseto have fun
cenarto have dinner
almorzarto have lunch
tener queto have to
tener algoto have sth.
tener algoto have got sth.
poseer algoto have (got) sth.
merendarto have an afternoon snack
acabar de empezarto have just started
almorzar algoto have sth. for lunch
tener cuates {m.pl} [Bolivia] [col.]to have friends
tener una aventurato have an affair
¿Tiene (Usted) ... ? [formal]Do you have ... ?
estar arrecho [col.] [sur.]to want to have sex
estar kh'encha [Bolivia] [col.]to have bad luck
haberto have [auxiliary verb used to form compound tenses]
Unverified Debí advinar que ...I should have guessed that ...
algn hubiese hecho algosb. would have done sth.
algn hubiera hecho algosb. would have done sth.
Debe haberlo hecho (él).He must have done it.
No tengo queja de él.I have nothing against him.
¡Dios, apiádate de nosotros!May God have mercy on us!
No tengo todo el día.I don't have all day.
tener chorro [mex.] [cent.] [diarrea]to have Montezuma's revenge [coll.] [diarrhoea]
acostarse con las gallinas [col.] [carib.]to have an early night [coll.]
estar con la bicicleta [col.] [fig.] [sur.]to have the trots [coll.]
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