Phrasal Verb: Have on

Phrasal Verb: Have on


Meaning: Be wearing

Example: What did Jennie HAVE ON at the party?

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Phrasal Verb: Have on


Meaning: Have an electronic device switched on

Example: I HAVE my computer ON all the time.

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Phrasal Verb: Have on


Meaning: Have an arrangement

Example: I HAVE a lot of meetings ON next week.

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Phrasal Verb: Have on


Meaning: Tease, deceive

Example: They said they'd failed, but they were HAVING me ON.

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Phrasal Verb: Have on


Meaning: Be in possession at a particular time

Example: I HAVEN'T any money ON me, but I can get some from the ATM.

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Phrasal Verb: Have on


Meaning: Know something about someone that could harm them

Example: I HAVE a lot ON him because we used to work together.

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