To have something removed surgically, as due to medical necessity. If your wisdom teeth are impacted, you'll have to have them out sooner than later.Yeah, I had my tonsils out when I was seven.See also: have, out
have it out (with someone)
To have an argument, verbal fight, or frank discussion (with someone), especially to settle something that has caused anger, frustration, or annoyance. I had to have it out with my roommate because he never does his share of cleaning in the house.Tom and his boyfriend are always having it out.See also: have, out
have it out
Settle decisively, especially in an argument or discussion. For example, "I shall double-lock myself in with him and have it out before I die" (Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby, 1839). [Early 1800s] See also: have, out
have it out
To settle decisively, especially by means of an argument or a discussion.See also: have, outSee also:
argue, fight, settle it Jake and Dan had it out. They argued for more than an hour.
have it out with
discuss angrily with生气地把事情谈清楚；争论明白 I must have the whole matter out with her next time I see her．下次见到她，我一定要把整个事情跟她争个明白。 For a long time my resentment of him grew until finally I had to have it out with him．长期以来，我对他的怨恨越来越大，直到最后不得不气愤地和他摊牌。
have it out with someone
settle or discuss something with someone angrily I had it out with her yesterday over the problem with the money.
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v. phr. To settle a difference by a free discussion or by a fight. Joe called Bob a bad name, so they went back of the school and had it out. Joe got a bloody nose and Bob got a black eye.The former friends finally decided to have it out in a free argument and they became friends again.