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

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
he has company {or} visitors/a visitor
exp.
somebody called
exp.
the gong has gone {or} sounded
exp.
there's been a smash-up {or} crash
exp.
there's been a crash
exp.
he's/she's in the mood
exp.
there's (a) method behind it
exp.
there's someone knocking at the door
exp.
he's got imagination
exp.
the bell rang {or} went
exp.
it cost something {or} a bit
exp.
the bell has gone
exp.
his trousers are at half-mast ; he has (on) floods
exp.
the phone just rang ; somebody just rang the doorbell
exp.
he is coughing (up) blood
exp.
I/we {etc} just managed it
exp.
she's serving ; it's her service {or} serve
exp.
that was good
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.
he's finished {or} through ; he's played out
[Fig.]
exp.
he has pop eyes ; he is pop-eyed
exp.
her suffering is at an end
exp.
it's clicked
es hat bei jdm geschnackelt
exp.
he's got dandruff
exp.
it's got better
exp.
Peter's got chicken pox
exp.
he's got his A-levels ; he's graduated from high school
er hat die Hochschulreife
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.
es hat geklingelt

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