hat translation English | German-English dictionary

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hat  

3. pers sing pres  
     haben   
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

es hat, es hat sich, Hatz, Haft

wer hat, der hat exp.
some people have everything

Entry related to:haben

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
somebody called
exp.
she's serving ; it's her service {or} serve
exp.
he has pop eyes ; he is pop-eyed
exp.
he's got his A-levels ; he's graduated from high school
er hat die Hochschulreife
exp.
he has company {or} visitors/a visitor
exp.
there's been a smash-up {or} crash
exp.
the gong has gone {or} sounded
exp.
there's (a) method behind it
exp.
there's someone knocking at the door
exp.
there's been a crash
exp.
the bell rang {or} went
exp.
he's got imagination
exp.
he's/she's in the mood
exp.
it cost something {or} a bit
exp.
the bell has gone
exp.
he is coughing (up) blood
exp.
his trousers are at half-mast ; he has (on) floods
exp.
I/we {etc} just managed it
exp.
the phone just rang ; somebody just rang the doorbell
exp.
there was a clatter ; there was a rattle ; there was a bang ; he/she got a clip round {or} a slap on the ear
exp.
that was good
exp.
he's finished {or} through ; he's played out
[Fig.]
exp.
it's clicked
es hat bei jdm geschnackelt
exp.
he's got dandruff
exp.
her suffering is at an end
exp.
Peter's got chicken pox
exp.
it's got better
exp.
he has a receding hairline
exp.
he is not allowed to stay (in the country {etc}) ; he is banned
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'hat' also found in translations in English-German dictionary
exp.
sie hat Arthritis

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