Collocation with HAVE: Cụm từ đi với HAVE trong tiếng Anh
Have a baby
She’s going to have a baby.
Have a backache
My father has a backache so he couldn’t sleep well.
Have a bad fall
My friend had a bad fall.
Have a bad temper
I know I have a bad temper sometimes.
Have a bath
I can’t remember the last time I had a bath.
Have a birthday
Well, you can’t have a birthday without a cake.
Have a bite
Can I have a bite of your hot dog?
Have a break
Let’s have a break when you finish this exercise
Have a business trip
My dad has a business trip so we could not visit our grandmother together.
Have a busy day
I have a busy day.
Have a career/a goal
I wanted to have a career as a singer.
Have a chance
We have a chance to make things better.
Have a chat
I’ll have a chat to John about it.
Have a cold
She has a cold so she is very tired.
Have a competition
Next week, we will have a competition at school.
Have a confrontation
Our company has a confrontation between employers and unions.
Have a conversation/chat
Can we have a conversation before we make any decision?
Have a cup of tea/ coffee
Would you like to have a cup of tea/coffee?
Have a dance
Let’s have a dance together.
Have a day off
I have a day off to take care of my grandmother.
Have a discussion
We should have a discussion about this topic to understand deeply.
Have a dispute
I have a dispute with anyone who would challenge us.
Have a doubt
Teacher, I have a doubt about this.
Have a dream
I had a dream that I won the lottery.
Have a drill
We have a drill. We’re going to drill.
Have a drink
Would you like to have a drink after work?
Have a feeling
I have a feeling that something is wrong.
Have a fight
My best friend and I had a fight.
Have a fit
If your mother finds out about this, she’ll have a fit.
Have a game
He said we could have a game.
Have a glass of wine
I have a glass of wine with a meal.
Have a go
Can I have a go on your guitar?
Have a goal
You now have a goal to aim for.
Have a good time
I had a good time with my family.
Have a good/nice/etc day!
Wish you have a good day with your boy friend.
Have a great weekend
Did you have a great weekend?
Have a haircut
She has a haircut.
Have a hard time
Companies are having a hard time finding and retaining their people.
Have a headache
If you have a headache, you should take some aspirin.
Have a holiday
I want to have a holiday with my family.
Have a jacuzzi
Spa rooms also have a Jacuzzi bath.
Have a jog
You should have a jog in the evening.
Have a laugh
We just muck around in training and have a laugh.
Have a lecture
I will have a lecture tomorrow.
Have a lesson
I have a lesson in 15 minutes.
Have a lie down
I’ll go home and have a lie down instead.
Have a limp
As you know, I have a limp from my service in Gaul.
Have a lisp
If they have a lisp, don’t mention it or laugh at it secretly or openly.
Have a listen
Finally, Adam tells me to have a listen.
Have a look
Can I have a look at your wedding photos?
Have a massage
Does this hotel have a massage room?
Have a meal
Seldom, if ever, do I have a meal alone.
Have a meeting
We have a meeting at 9:00. Don’t be late!
Have a moment
I’m just letting her have a moment.
Have a nap
I was exhausted so I had a nap on the sofa.
Have a night mare
I had a scary nightmare last night.
Have a party/concert
It’s your birthday nextweek, let’s have a party!
Have a passion for
I have a passion for math.
Have a plan
Don’t worry, I have a plan to fix this.
Have a problem
Our school is having financial problem.
Have a quarrel
Mrs. Ridgewell asked if they’d had a quarrel.
Have a relationship
I have a relationship with that brand.
Have a rest
You look awful. Lie down and have a rest.
Have a ride
Can I have a ride with you?
Have a right
People have a right to be heard and express their views.
Have a run
You have a run in your stocking.
Have a safe journey
Charts are absolutely essential to having a safe journey.
Have a salad
Maybe for dessert we could have a salad of local fresh fruits.
Have a sandwich
He did not have a sandwich.
Have a scrub
If you don’t have a scrub, you can make your own.
Have a shave
I’ll just have a shave before we go.
Have a shower
I usually have two showers a day.
Have a smell
They have a smell unlike any smell on earth.
Have a snack
We have a snack with them before the class.
Have a snooze
I’m going to have a snooze after lunch.
Have a stretch
If your machine does not have a stretch stitch, use a zigzag stitch.
Have a stroke
I was too young to have a stroke.
Have a swim
This afternoon I have a swim meet.
Have a talk
We can have a talk about it some other time.
Have a taste
I’m inviting you to have a taste of it.
Have a temperature
There was no improvement; she continued to have a temperature.
Have a think
He doesn’t eat meat, he’s avoiding cheese, he’ll have a think about wine.
Have a touch
We’ve allowed someone to have a touch, turn and shoot at our goal.
Have a try
I’ll explain what to do and then you can have a try.
Have a walk
We would often have a walk of an evening.
Have a wash
I need to have a wash before dinner.
Have a wish
Human beings have a wish for closure, to get on with their lives.
Have a word
My boss had a word with me about my actions.
Have a word
Can I have a word with you?
Have a workout
Normally I have a workout on the beach when I stay here.
Have access (to)
Who had access to my computer while I was away?
Have an accident
Josh had a car accident last night.
Have an appointment with
I have an appointment with the doctor today.
Have an argument
I had an argument with my father.
Have an effect (on)
Did increasing the price have much effect on sales?
Have an energy bar
When that’s not an option, have an energy bar for a snack.
Have an event
Why not have an event here?
Have an exam
I have an exam tomorrow, wish me luck.
Have an excuse
She has an excuse for everything.
Have an experience
I had a frightening experience the other day.
Have an ice-cream
Can I have an ice-cream, please?
Have an idea
I’ve just had a really good idea!
Have an interview
He has an interview tomorrow, and he’s a little nervous.
Have an opportunity
You’ve already had lots of opportunities.
I’m having lunch with Linda today.
She had difficulty in starting her car.
Personally, I do have faith.
We have food banks in this country.
Have fun/a good time
Did you have fun at the party.
Have no education
There are many children who have no education, food, or family.
Have no fear
In any case, I have no fear of death”.
You’ve got to have patience.
Have a rest
You should go to your room and have a rest.
We don’t have room for a pool table in our apartment.
I have self-esteem now that I’ve never had before.
I had heard that the girls are forced to have sex.
The company needs more people who have skills.
Have some sugar/ milk
Could I have some milk please?
Have something to eat
You should have something to eat.
They don’t really have soul.
You have to have success and failure.
I really have sympathy for them.
Have the chance (to)
You will have the chance to ask questions at the end.
Hopefully we should have time to prepare.
I know you have trouble with eye contact.
I can’t stand here talking – I have work to do.