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Synonyms for have

own

ask to

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  • ask to
  • make
  • compel
  • direct to
  • persuade to
  • induce to
  • enjoin to

suffer

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include

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have had it

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  • be exhausted
  • be knackered
  • be finished
  • be pooped

have something on: wear

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  • wear
  • be wearing
  • be dressed in
  • be clothed in
  • be attired in

have something on: have something planned

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  • have something planned
  • be committed to
  • be engaged to
  • have something on the agenda

have to: must

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have to: have got to

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Synonyms for have

to keep at one's disposal

to hold on one's person

to have at one's disposal

to have the use or benefit of

to be endowed with as a visible characteristic or form

to be filled by

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to admit to one's possession, presence, or awareness

to participate in or partake of personally

to be physically aware of through the senses

to undergo an emotional reaction

to cause to be in a certain state or to undergo a particular experience or action

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to neither forbid nor prevent

to organize and carry out (an activity)

to involve oneself in (an activity)

to cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

to give birth to

to engage in sexual relations with

Synonyms for have

have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense

go through (mental or physical states or experiences)

have ownership or possession of

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cause to move

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have a personal or business relationship with someone

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organize or be responsible for

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have left

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undergo

suffer from

achieve a point or goal

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This study also examined whether participants believed their knowledge gain had been translated into improved performance on the job.
Significantly high proportions of boys who had a poor relationship with their parents at ages 12 or 13, or who were in a low-income family, reported having had sex by ages 14 or 15.
With respect to the disc fatigue, no difference was observed among the samples and they had substantially the same level of adhesion, but with respect to the tube fatigue, the samples had a remarkably different heat generated temperature and tube life.
Participants had sex with their partner a median of 6-7 times per month.
By contrast, only 39% would consider having an abortion because they did not wish to have a child (or an additional child), 25% if they could not afford to raise a child and 20% if having a child would mean they had to leave school or lose their job.
Of the original study group, 858 patients said they were sexually active in the year before having a heart attack, and 3 percent said they had sex in the two-hour period before they started showing signs of a heart attack.
Bivariate analyses suggested that a number of factors were related to decreased levels of parental knowledge: being aged 15 or older, stating a race or ethincity other than black, having a family structure other than mother only, having never given birth, not having used hormonal contraceptives at last sex or having never had sex, and having gone to a clinic for contraceptive services fewer than two times in the past year.
Three in five women had used male condoms in the 30 days before entering the study, but only one in four had used them every time they had intercourse.
In all, 196 interviewees in the study group had had a probable and first-time case of venous thromboembolism, were not pregnant, were fecund and were not using an oral contraceptive containing 50 mcg or more of estrogen.
Women's use and consistent use of condoms was lower if they had relied on another contraceptive method in the previous four months (43% and 13% of visits, respectively) than if they had not (58% and 19%).
Regardless of women's depression status, when those who had a partner but had not attempted to resume intercourse were asked the reason, they most frequently cited loss of libido, lack of interest, fatigue, physical problems and feelings of unattractiveness.
Thirteen percent of sexually experienced female high school students have had two or more sexual partners in the past three months, according to an analysis of data from a nationally representative survey.
1) Individuals receiving a gonorrhea diagnosis at an initial clinic visit between 1994 and 1998 had a risk of reinfection of about 4% per year, and half of first reinfections occurred within a year.
1) In a decision-tree analysis based on data from patients at an STD clinic, the majority of factors that distinguished those who had an STD diagnosed from those who tested negative for all STDs reflected patients' reasons for engaging in intercourse or emotional reactions to having sex.
5), those who have had at least four sex partners (2.