Translation: from arabic
I have a horror of snakes
1 horrorفَزَعٌ \ alarm: fear of possible danger: The sound of a shot filled her with alarm. dread: great fear, esp. of some harm to come: She has (a) great dread of heights. fright: sudden fear; shock: He almost died of fright when the gun exploded. It gave him a fright. horror: great fear and dislike: I have a horror of snakes. scare: a feeling of fear, often widespread and unnecessary: a war scare (a frightening report of possible war). \ See Also رعب (رُعْب)، هلع (هَلَع)، ذعر (ذُعْر)
2 horrorهَلَع \ dismay: a feeling of surprise, mixed with fear of hopelessness: He discovered with dismay that the telephone wasn’t working, and he couldn’t call the doctor. dread: great fear, esp. of some harm to come: She has (a) great dread of heights. fright: sudden fear; shock: He almost died of fright when the gun exploded. It gave him a fright. horror: great fear and dislike: I have a horror of snakes. panic: wild fear that makes people act madly.
4 could haveused to express a possibility in the past:
We could have gone, but we didn't.
5 have[hæv] 3rd person singular present tense has [hæz]: past tense, past participle had [hæd]: short forms I've [æɪv] ( I have), you've [juːv] ( you have), he's [hiːz] ( he has), she's [ʃiːz] ( she has), it's [ɪts] ( it has), we've [wiːv] ( we have), they've [ðeɪv] ( they have), I'd [aɪd] ( I had), you'd [juːd] ( you had), he'd [hiːd] ( he had), she'd [ʃiːd] ( she had), it'd [ˈɪtəd] ( it had), we'd [wiːd] ( we had), they'd [ðeɪd] ( they had): negative short forms hadn't [ˈhædnt] ( had not), hasn't [ˈhæznt] ( has not), haven't [ˈhævnt] ( have not) verb1) used with past participle of other verbs to show that an action is in the indefinite past and has been completed:يُسْتَعْمل مع صيغة الفِعل المُضارع التام
Has he gone yet?.يَمْلك
I don't have any books by Sir Walter Scott.يَملُك
I've got a pain in my stomach.
Have you had any news of your brother?يَتَلَقّى، يَسْتَلِم
Thank you for lending me the book – you can have it back next week.5) to produce:يُنْتِج
She has had a baby.6) to cause to be done:يُسَبِّب
Have Smith come and see me.7) to enjoy or suffer:يَقْضي ، يَتَمَتَّع
We had a lovely holiday.8) to do or take:يَعْمَلُ، يقوم بِ
Let me have a try.9) to allow:يَسْمَح، يَدَع
I will not have you wearing clothes like that!يَطْلُب من
We're having someone in to paint this room.11) to think or feel:يَظُن، يَشْعُر
I have some doubts about this project.12) to trick:يَحْتال على
You've been had!
6 have a bone to pick with (someone)to have something to argue about with (a person).لَدَيْهِ خِلافٌ على شَيئٍ مع شَخْصٍ ما
7 have a crack (at)to have a try at.يُحاوِل
8 have a finger in every pieto be involved in everything that happens:له ضِلْعٌ في كُل مُشْكِلَه
She likes to have a finger in every pie in the village.
9 have a finger in the pieto be involved in everything that happens:له ضِلْعٌ في كُل مُشْكِلَه
She likes to have a finger in every pie in the village.
10 have a hand in (something)to be one of the people who have caused, done etc (something):يكون له ضِلْعٌ في
Did you have a hand in the building of this boat / in the success of the project?
11 have a hankering forيَشْتاق جدا إلى
I have a hankering for a strawberry ice-cream.
12 have a jobto have difficulty:تَكون لديهِ صُعوبَه
You'll have a job finishing all this work tonight.
13 have a soft spot forto have a weakness for (someone or something) because of great affection:نُقْطَة ضَعْف
He's always had a soft spot for his youngest son.
14 have a weakness forto have a liking for:مَيّالٌ إلى ، لَدَيْهِ ضَعْفٌ نَحْوَ
She has a weakness for chocolate biscuits.
15 have an open mindto have a willingness to listen to or accept new ideas, other people's suggestions etc (eg before making a decision):يكون لَديهِ عَقْلٌ مَفْتوح
It doesn't seem to be a very good plan, but I think we should keep an open mind about it for the time being.
16 have at heartto have a concern for or interest in:لديه قَلَق أو اهْتِمام في قلبِه
He has the interest of his workers at heart.
17 have done withto stop or put an end to:يُنْهي
Let's have done with all this quarrelling.
18 have etc in reserveto have or keep (something) in case or until it is needed:إحْتِياطي، مُدَّخَر
If you go to America please keep some money in reserve for your fare home.
19 have it in oneself etcto have the courage or ability to do something:يَمْلُك الشَّجاعَه
I hear she told her boss to stop shouting at her – I didn't think she had it in her.
20 have it one's own wayto get one's own way:يَعمَل كيفَما يُريد
Oh, have it your own way – I'm tired of arguing.
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