2 usually adv to have (a meeting or engagement) arranged as a commitment
what does your boss have on this afternoon?
Informal to trick or tease (a person)
4 prep to have available (information or evidence, esp. when incriminating) about (a person)
the police had nothing on him, so they let him go
English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus
1 be clothed in, be dressed in, wear
2 be committed to, be engaged to, have on the agenda, have planned
3 (of a person) deceive, kid (informal) play a joke on, pull someone's leg, take the mickey, tease, trick, wind up (Brit. slang)
English Collins Dictionary - English synonyms & Thesaurus
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