Смысл: have inhave in[ʹhævʹın] phr v <Í> 1. иметь запас (чего-л. в доме) have we got enough sugar in? - у нас достаточно сахара? 2. вызывать, приглашать (на дом) I had the doctor in - я вызвал /пригласил/ врача (на дом) we must have the plumber in - надо вызвать водопроводчика 3. приглашать в гости, принимать we are having some friends in for coffee - мы пригласили друзей на чашку кофе ♢to have it in for smb. - ≅ иметь зуб на кого-л.; взъесться, обозлиться на кого-л. Í>
have in Идиома
entertain sb．at home；have sb．working in one's house在家里招待某人；请某人来家里干活 They had Professor Wang in for supper yesterday evening．昨晚他们把王教授请来家里吃晚饭。 We'll have the electrician in today to fix the light．今天我们将请电工来装电灯。 You'd better have the doctor in to see the child．你最好请医生来给孩子看看。
1．have or possess占有 I have no money in hand．我手头无钱。 2．control控制 We have the situation well in hand．我们完全控制了局势。
have in mind
intend, plan What do you have in mind for your wife
have in mind|have|mind
v. phr. To plan; intend; select. We don't know whom our boss has in mind for the new position.
have in one's hands
Idiom(s): have sb or sth in one's hands
to have control of or responsibility for someone or something. (Have can be replaced with leave or put.) • You have the whole project in your hands. • The boss put the whole project in your hands. • I have to leave the baby in your hands while I go to the doctor.
have in the palm of one's hand|hand|have|palm
v. phr. To completely control; have a project finished, all wrapped up. Our boss felt that if he could calm his critics he would soon have the entire factory in the palm of his hand.
have in tow
Idiom(s): have sb or sth in tow
to lead, pull, or tow someone or something around. • Mrs. Smith has her son in tow. • That car has a boat in tow.
have (one) in (for something)
1. To invite one in (to some place) for a particular purpose. A: "Tom is out playing with a new friend." B: "Oh, that's great! Why don't we have him in for dinner?"The producers had me in to see an early screening of their new movie.2. To request, instruct, or command one to come in (to some place) for a particular purpose. The boss had us all in for an emergency meeting this morning.Learn more: have
have (someone) in
To invite or allow someone to enter one's home. I had our new neighbor in for a cup of tea today—she seems very sweet.Learn more: have
have someone in
to call or invite someone into one's home. (Fixed order.) I'll have the plumber in to fix that leak.We had friends in for bridge last night.Learn more: haveLearn more: